Public Service Telephone signs 20-year tie-in agreement with Allied Fiber

Dark fiber superstructure Allied Fiber has formed a strategic agreement with Georgia-based, full-service telecommunications company Public Service Telephone Company (PSTC) to tie into the Allied Fiber route as it passes through PSTC´s service territory in the vicinity of Macon and Forsyth, Georgia and establish a presence at Colo Atl at 55 Marietta Street in Atlanta, the company said.

By terminating at Allied Fiber´s presence in the Colo Atl Meet Me Room, PSTC will have direct access to the largest content providers in the Southeast.

Working with Allied Fiber also gives PSTC the flexibility to pursue robust opportunities and forge collaborative agreements with even the most demanding business customers. PSTC will use two fiber strands and leverage Allied Fiber´s Southeast Network over the life of the 20-year term.

Allied Fiber provides next generation long haul and short haul fiber optic solutions with integrated neutral colocation services for domestic and global network operators.

Public Service Communications, which is headquartered in Reynolds, Georgia, is the parent company of Public Service Telephone Company.