With 3,000 miles of 100 Gb Carrier Ethernet fiber connectivity throughout MN, Fiber Minnesota checks all of the boxes for Wholesale, Carrier, and Enterprise services:
Multiple Ingress/Egress points
24/7 support from technicians in all corners of the state
Carrier-Grade Ethernet in (and throughout) Minnesota
National carriers, Enterprise, SMB, Education, Health care, Wireless carriers and more trust Fiber Minnesota to provide wholesale and backhaul transport services to all parts of the state.
Leveraging ROADM/DWDM Wavelength, SONET and IP-MPLS networks, Fiber Minnesota transports a wide variety of protocols including T1, DS3, OCx, DWDM waves, Ethernet, MPLS and Layer 2/3 services.
The 40 channel ROADM network is capable of transporting up to 400Gb/s per wave. Operating on the ROADM network are fully redundant OC48 SONET and state of the art IP-MPLS systems offering sub-50ms failover recovery. ROADM flexibility allows for quicker turn-up, faster trouble resolution, multiple services over one fiber pair, and any-to-any wavelength transport capabilities.
Tier 1 Internet capability is available in Fargo and Minneapolis. FM also provides direct connectivity to the Midwest Internet Cooperative Exchange (MICE) in Minneapolis.
The world's largest carriers trust Fiber Minnesota every second of every day.
Trusted Technology. Redundant Routes. Prepared Technicians.
Fiber Minnesota is built to the highest standards - leveraging Cisco 9000 series routers throughout the Network and state of the art monitoring systems monitored and managed by technical resources throughout the state. You get 24/7 monitoring and fast response times anywhere along the route - regardless of how remote the issue.
Our roots run deep.
Fiber Minnesota is jointly-owned by 20 rural cooperative ISPs in MN, ND, and SD, and provides connectivity to thousands of wireless towers, enterprise, carrier, and small business customers throughout the state - whether they're located in major MN metro areas like Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth, Moorhead, or the most remote (but important to connect) areas of the state.
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Complete the form below, or call Dean Bahls - 218-564-1321