Where is your physical fiber route?
- SRP Telecom offers a physically unique fiber-optic footprint. Since it
is routed primarily along SRP's high-voltage electric system and uses
SRP's private rights-of-way and easements, as much as 90% of our
network is distinct from other networks.
Where are your on-net buildings?
- One of SRP's strengths is that our fiber network spans from one end of the
Valley to the other, covering over 15 cities. SRP is dedicated to providing
highly customized fiber solutions to benefit our customers' connectivity
needs. If we currently do not have a customer location connected to our
fiber network, the chances are high that we have dark fiber running in close
proximity. We would be happy to look into the specific requirements of your
project. Feel free to begin the process by filling out a
Non-Disclosure Agreement and
we can share additional network information to better assess your needs.
- SRP’s quote process is a highly collaborative process with the customer and
includes a series of simple steps. The result is a quick turnaround of
initial pricing that once refined through the firm order quote process
provides the customer with a high-level of project feasibility and
associated costs. The dark fiber process has three well defined
Initial Quote – The Initial Quote is a budgetary non-binding
price quote. The quote process begins when the customer submits a
dark fiber request outlining the details of their requirements.
Turnaround time for a desktop quote can be provided in as little
as 48 hours.
Formal Quote – The Formal Quote Response is a firm-fixed
price quote for the customer project. Turnaround time for a fixed
fiber quote can be provided in as little as 7-15 days depending on
project size and construction requirements.
Product Order – If the formal quote response meets the
customer business case and the customer would like to move forward with
the dark fiber solution, the customer can execute the Product Order. The
Product Order is a legally binding agreement and lives under the Fiber
Master License Agreement. Standard interval is 90 days and may take longer
due to project variables including permitting and construction.
- A typical dark fiber solution can include many implementation variables
from splicing, make-ready work, Rights-of-Way Permitting, overbuilds,
and construction of fiber laterals. What our experience shows is that
while every dark fiber solution varies with each company’s requirements,
SRP strives to maintain a 90-day standard interval from execution of a
confirmed Product Order to acceptance and completion.
- Each customer's solution is based on the customer's unique CAPEX and
OPEX needs along with the project's requirements that may or may not
require construction. Therefore, each project's pricing is case-based.
Price factors include overall project size, fiber distance, and make-ready
work, as well as any lateral construction requirements and costs, if
applicable. These vary and affect the overall MRC and NRC.
- SRP can provide flexible term options to meet your CAPEX and OPEX
budget requirements. We have terms ranging from 12 months to 60
- SRP uses a proprietary application that documents our fiber
network as it resides, collocated with our mission-critical
electric system. Once a
Agreement has been
executed for the benefit of each organization, we are happy
to share a high-level fiber network map in a format compatible
with a geographic information system (GIS). Also, we will
furnish documentation of the fiber network as it relates to a
given customer project, via the dark fiber quote process.