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Fiber Network

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MBC owns and operates nearly 2,000 miles of open-access fiber optic network in 31 counties in Southern Virginia.  MBC owns the fiber sheath, the colocation facilities, and the electronics. MBC uses Ciena 6500 for TDM; Ciena Z-Series platform and Accedian for Layer 2 Ethernet Transport Network; and Infinera DTN for our 400Gb/s wavelength network. MBC’s DTN-X system at current configuration transports 1.2 Terabits per second and has capabilities to grow to 9.6 Terabits per second of transport capacity on a single pair of fiber. The FLEX-ILS technology deployed on the DTN-X system provides MBC a great deal of flexibility to grow high speed connections to Northern Virginia, the Subsea Cable systems in Virginia Beach, and throughout the Southern Virginia region.

MBC has fiber IRU agreements in place for diverse connections from the Southern Virginia regional network to Northern Virginia and key markets in the Southeastern United States: 

Equinix – Ashburn   |   Digital Realty – Atlanta   |   Equinix – Culpeper   |   QTS – Richmond   |    Telxius CLS – Virginia Beach 

REGIONAL FIBER NETWORK

MBC operates a regional fiber network for:
Optical transport to key peering hubs
Carrier neutral data centers
Carrier interconnection points

VIRGINIA FIBER NETWORK

MBC has successfully designed, developed
and managed a shared infrastructure, open-access
fiber optic network in Southern Virginia
over the last 15 years.

MBC is on the Connected2Fiber Connected World platform. If you would like a building list, please email Sarah Miller and we will be glad to add you to our distribution.
NEW! MBC Connected2Fiber Portal
Join the MBC Connected2Fiber Portal to search addresses in your sales funnel and learn if MBC is on-net or nearby.
The MBC network and locations can be found on FiberLocator.

TECHNICAL DETAILS OF THE NETWORK

SMF-28E fiber backbone, armored sheath protection

80% of network is underground construction, 20% aerial construction

Colocation facilities are concrete shelter buildings with DC power systems, battery backups, and emergency generators on-site

PARTNERSHIPS

MBC has ownership of and holds membership in regional fiber network partnerships like LIT Networks to provide connectivity to major peering points.

MBC is interconnected with the Indatel member network.

THE NETWORK POWERING SOUTHERN VIRGINIA SINCE 2004

Connected Towers

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Regional POPs

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On-Net Buildings

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Colocations

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