Technical.ly: Harbor Link is building out the internet connectivity of the DMV along I-95

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Baltimore-based broadband infrastructure company Harbor Link is constructing a 60-mile diverse conduit route between Baltimore, DC and Northern Virginia down the I-95 corridor. The project will allow increased access to high-speed landline internet in communities and businesses along this route.

The infrastructure company is putting in dark fiber, an industry term for fiber optic cable without a service provider. Think of it as a building constructed without an owner to manage rentals or tenants. Founding partner and Chief Strategy Officer Felix Dialoiso told Technical.ly he likens it to creating a toll road that internet service providers like Comcast and other broadband infrastructure companies like Crown Castle drive on to deliver service.

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