Arcadian is a fiber infrastructure company. We build and operate networks along unique right-of-ways. Our solutions provide Enterprise and Carrier customers increased network diversity, lower latency and direct rural market access between major US markets. The Arcadian team develops innovative right-of-way partnerships with rural and Native American communities to purposely stretch the Internet backbone through underserved markets.
As a neutral fiber infrastructure provider, Arcadian has two primary products - dark fiber and wavelength services. The Arcadian model intentionally enables customers to provide more granular services on top of the Arcadian network. Arcadian’s fiber-hungry customers have broad access to regeneration hut facilities and fiber breakout points. Lit services are provided as 100/400Gbps wavelengths, with a lit-to-dark option.
NOVEMBER 30, 2020 - Arcadian Infracom has received final PUC authority from the state of Arizona, clearing the way for final engineering/permitting and construction of our routes from Phoenix to Salt Lake City and Phoenix to Denver. Read more from the press release: prweb.com or PDF document
Phase 1 routes connect Salt Lake City to Phoenix, and Phoenix to Denver. A three-way fiber route convergence point will be created near Cameron.
Add/drop locations will be available within the Navajo Nation and throughout the states of Utah, Colorado, and Arizona, including Page, AZ and Flagstaff, AZ.
Phase 1 routes scheduled for mid-2022 completion.
Phase 2 East and West routes under development.