ROHL owns and operates a 680-kilometer fiber optic cable network between Edmonton, Alberta and Fort St. John, British Columbia, providing its customers with a variety of network related services including:
Dark fiber capacity between towns, cities, and communities located along our fiber optic cable corridor
Direct cable access to our networks for local ISPs, businesses, and industry
Co-location space for Carriers and ISPs in our Point of Presence (POP) facilities situated along our fiber optic cable corridor
Layer 2 & Wholesale Internet Services
The ROHL Fiber Network spans from Edmonton, Alberta to Fort St. John, British Columbia. Completed in 2000, this 680-kilometer long network carries all internet and communications bandwidth for several major national carriers, in addition to smaller service providers. Our Point of Presence (POP) Sites along the route are positioned in strategic locations and provide interconnect points for future expansion and for local internet service providers.
Through owning and operating our own fiber network, we understand the issues facing modern telecommunications companies, and we can face these issues head on to design and build world-class networks of any size.