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Allied Fiber partners with NEF to facilitate its dark fiber network planning and sales orders

January 11, 2011

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Allied Fiber Taps NEF

NEW YORK -- Allied Fiber announces today that the company has partnered with NEF, Inc. to facilitate order processing, verify network requirements, provide needs assessments and finalize contracts. NEF, one of the nation’s top telecommunications brokerage and consulting firms, designs custom connectivity solutions and maintains a leading telecom database, FiberLocator®, which maps over 100 fiber providers, 130,000 lit buildings and 1200+ data centers throughout the US. The partnership with NEF is a result of the enormous interest in Allied Fiber’s carrier-neutral fiber infrastructure model.

Allied Fiber is addressing the needs for increasing national broadband demand by providing much needed access to new dark fiber, colocation facilities and fiber-fed wireless towers on a network-neutral, open-access basis throughout the United States. The user community for these physical-layer services ranges from submarine cable systems, large international and domestic wireline and wireless carriers and network operators to small rural carriers, cooperatives, cable television companies and data center operators.

"NEF was selected based on their expertise, relationships and robust technology tools, including FiberLocator®, a network intelligence and mapping software platform encompassing hundreds of high capacity network providers,” states Hunter Newby , CEO of Allied Fiber. "We look forward to this partnership as we move through the design completion and execution stage of customer orders.”

Allied Fiber LLC

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