Ghost Communications to bring fiber-optic services to Baltimore businesses

Fiber-optic provider Ghost Communications says it is bringing high-speed fiber optic services to businesses and multi-tenant residential sites in Baltimore, Maryland.

Fiber-optic provider Ghost Communications says it is bringing high-speed fiber optic services to businesses and multi-tenant residential sites in Baltimore, Maryland.

Ghost Communications states that it provides an SLA, with a network availability guarantee of 99.995%, packet loss guarantees not to exceed 0.01%, and latency not to exceed 1.5 ms within Maryland and Washington DC. The company says it offers customers shared or dedicated gigabit speed fiber services, and cloud connect services to major cloud providers such as AiNET Cloud Services (ACS), Amazon Web Services (AWS), Apple iCloud, Microsoft Azure, and others.

Providing speeds as high as 10 Gbps, Ghost Communications says it will bring secure networks to businesses, government, healthcare, and educational institutions in the Maryland and Washington D.C. / Northern Virginia markets. The company has also stated that it is a fiber-optic networks and dark fiber builder, enabling customers to lay dark fiber networks to specific locations and data centers.

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