Fiber solutions

New York City interconnectivity

Transit Wireless keeps New York City connected via its 160-mile, carrier grade, 864-strand count fiber optic network that links to five Transit Wireless data centers, also called Base Station Hotels, strategically located through New York City. Through its fiber network, Transit Wireless can deliver multiple connectivity options for current and future communications needs.

These options include:

  • Carrier class, high-speed Ethernet
  • Internet connectivity
  • Wavelength (Wave Division Multiplexing) transport for applications that demand high bandwidth
  • Dark Fiber services that offer the ultimate option for capacity, control and security
  • Critical Fiber Applications
  • Data Colocation

Having built a secure, resilient, high-speed fiber optic network for the New York City subway project, Transit Wireless has unique expertise in designing and developing fiber network solutions. Learn more about the delivery of fiber network solutions to business enterprises and municipalities, all supported by our 24 x 7 x 365 operations support.

Download the New York City network map [pdf]

Fiber connectivity in Toronto

In Toronto, BAI’s wireless communications network is built to support a variety of layered applications, all connected via our extensive high count fiber optic network; spanning the breadth of the city and conveniently tucked away underground. We are uniquely positioned to provide connectivity for a number of modernization initiatives in the commercial space.

Our wireless connectivity projects have involved implementing backbone services for the Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC) fare payment system, integrating a public Wi-Fi network within Union Station’s regional transit concourse and extending connectivity services to retail, enterprise and private customers. The potential ICT applications are nearly limitless, with a readymade network that’s able to deliver a range of data speeds as well as provide carrier grade, high bandwidth services.

Download the Toronto network map [png] [kmz]

Dark fiber
Our dark fiber provides customers with the ultimate fully scalable, unrestricted connectivity options through use of dedicated fiber strands on their existing optical network. Define the A&Z locations, the quantity of fiber strands required, and receive a fibre hand-off at each end.

Maintain complete control over the network, with the ability to shape every aspect of design, optical devices, performance, protocols and upgrades. This solution offers a variety of connectivity options from single fiber pairs to higher-count packages available as monthly lease or IRU (Indefeasible Right of Use) agreements.


We provide Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) solutions on our dedicated fibre-optic network to and from carrier points of presence, major data centres and enterprise locations. WDM services cost-effectively provide organizations with the security and control of their own private network with flexible configuration options.

✔ Speeds of 1G, 10G, 40G or 100G
✔ LAN PHY and WAN PHY options
✔ Low-latency routes for rapid services between essential markets. Ideal for financial, carriers, and enterprise.
✔ Specify A-Z path, with levels of diversity from other carrier routes.

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Co-location services

In Australia, wireless carriers, service providers, enterprise and public sector customers can take advantage of over 400 of our towers across the country. With stable power supplies, back-up generators, cooling systems and easy site access, these sites offer space for customers to house their own shelter or racks in premium locations that provide good coverage. In New York and Toronto, carriers can utilise space the same way within our Base Station Hotels.


Miles of fibre infrastructure installed in New York City


Miles of fibre infrastructure installed in Toronto


Sites operated across Australia

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