bti, Raleigh, NC, has started build-out of a long-haul fiber-optic network from Miami, FL, to New

March 1, 1998

bti, Raleigh, NC, has started build-out of a long-haul fiber-optic network from Miami, FL, to New York City. The company is installing optoelectronics and OC-192 (10-Gbit/sec) capacity on 3500 mi of dark fiber it recently bought from Qwest International Corp. The company has also started construction on a 15-mi addition to its 65-mi fiber-optic network in North Carolina?s Research Triangle Park, linking Raleigh, Cary, Durham, and the park. The new section is scheduled to go online by year-end. The bti network is made of zero non-dispersion-shifted fiber in a self-healing sonet-ring architecture.

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