Anderson Pacific and Neutral Path Partner to Expand Gigabit Plus Broadband Availability from Denver to Omaha to Minneapolis.
Minneapolis, MN (August 25, 2015) Anderson Pacific Corporation, through its affiliate Near North Partners, LLC, has joined with Neutral Path Communications, LLC a premier provider of high capacity communications transport services in the Midwest, completing a merger of assets that expands both the company’s geographic reach and service offerings.
Neutral Path Communications provides high capacity dark fiber, carrier neutral colocation and related services revolutionizing the way network operators deliver high capacity broadband. By partnering with Anderson Pacific’s Near North Partners, Neutral Path now offers a full suite of transport services from dark fiber, dedicated optical waves and Ethernet services between key aggregation points in Minneapolis, Omaha, and Denver.
Neutral Path transport services facilitate Gigabit plus bandwidth to enable service providers and other network operators to meet the growing demand from consumers’ using online video and other over the top services; enterprises using data to improve and customize end-user services; schools as teachers incorporate the power of Internet accessible research and online applications into their curriculum; healthcare providers delivering specialty services in even remote rural environments.
“Service providers and other network operators hear their customers and are doing their best to meet the growing demand for bandwidth. But without cost effective, high capacity connectivity to IP exchanges and content networks, the potential of Gigabit plus has been elusive for many. As a result of this transaction with Anderson Pacific, Neutral Path provides the high capacity, cost effective solution to unlock Gigabit plus potential.,” said Scott Bergs, CEO of Neutral Path Communications. “By facilitating access to key peering points, a significant amount of our customers’ traffic is peered for free, while performance is improved by bringing end-users closer to the content networks” added Tony Frentz, Neutral Path Communications’ Chief Strategy Officer.
“Through FiberLink and other of our investment companies, we have seen firsthand the power of high capacity bandwidth to improve lives and dramatically lower costs for businesses and consumers. We are excited to partner with the Neutral Path team to share these benefits throughout the heartland,” said Christopher Jensen, Managing Partner of Anderson Pacific Corporation.
As a result of the transaction, Neutral Path Communications now offers low latency, high capacity, cost effective optical transport services over a back bone network of more than 1,300 miles to customers in Denver, CO, Omaha, NE, Minneapolis, MN and points between.