Millennium Communications Group (MCG) makes it possible for school districts, municipalities and government agencies to own their own Private Fiber Networks. Dark Fiber networks hold the advantage of scalability. Installing fiber networks take time and planning. Consequently, it makes sense to future proof your investment by planning and installing more fiber than required for your current demand. By doing this, you are building a solid network foundation that grows with your expanding bandwidth needs. With Dark Fiber you are able to easily activate dark fiber strands for future expansion. From Feasibility Studies and Engineering & Design, through Construction and Final Acceptance, MCG provides the most cost effective Dark Fiber Networks.
Engineer, Design, and Build a Wide Area Network connecting 12 Schools and Buildings owned by the West Windsor / Plainsboro Regional Board of Education.
Wall Twp BOE
Study, Engineer, Design, and Build a 10.8 mile Wide Area Network connecting 9 schools & buildings owned by the Wall Township Board of Education.
Remove existing fire alarm signal cable from underground conduit and replace with 9500 feet of fiber optic cable connecting major municipal buildings.
Study, Engineer, Design, and Build a 6 mile Wide Area Network connecting 7 schools & buildings owned by the Tenafly Board of Education.
Built the Rosenet Wide Area Network connecting AT&T Research, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison Township admin buildings, and Madison Schools.
Study, Engineer, Design, and Build a network connecting the Livingston campus with the Cook / Douglas campus in New Brunswick. On-going Maintenance Agreement.