Arcadian Infracom, a St. Louis, MO-based new longhaul fiber infrastructure provider, closed its first round of funding.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
This investment will allow the company to grow its team of acquisition, partnering and engineering teams.
Founded by Dan Davis and Derek Garnier in 2018, Arcadian constructs and operates custom long-haul fiber networks to provide global technology companies and carriers with diverse long-haul fiber solutions to connect their data centers and local networks. These new routes will meet the demand of cloud, content and telecom companies for dark fiber solutions that improve the redundancy, security and scalability of the U.S. internet backbone.
Route development and engineering has already begun on rights-of-way between Salt Lake City and Phoenix, and between Phoenix and Denver.
The company is also developing a new fiber route from Dallas to Los Angeles via Albuquerque and Flagstaff.