Verizon Leases Fiber For Wireless Backhaul – Looks to recoup multi-billion FiOS and core network investment

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27 Mar 2009


Next-generation wireless broadband often comes down to backhaul, something made clear by the delays faced by Sprint when they tried to get Clearwire off the ground, but couldn’t (at first) find enough high-bandwidth backhaul links. To that end, Verizon says they’re making the obvious move of offering their fiber network to wireless carriers, giving them links to cellular towers and mobile switching offices. Verizon says they’ll offer Switched Ethernet Service, all-Ethernet, and Ethernet over SONET access to its fiber networks through its Verizon Partner Solutions business.
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