Networking a Network with an Air-blown Infrastructure

Feb. 16, 2024

An air-blown fiber installation is providing the Time Warner Center in New York City with a network that’s designed to adapt to emerging technologies.

In one of the largest construction projects of the decade in Manhattan, contractors have installed an air-blown optical fiber solution for the sprawling Time Warner Center at 10 Columbus Circle. The twin building center, which was built three years ago, houses Time Warner Inc. (New York, NY), CNN (Atlanta, GA), restaurants and condominiums.

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