The City of Pasadena owns and operates approximately 50 miles of fiber network within Pasadena. The fiber infrastructure supports City business and transportation operations, and also provides the foundation for a variety of business-oriented services that the City offers currently and plans to expand in the future. Currently the City does not provide service in residential areas.
Campus ConnectionsFor businesses seeking to connect multiple facilities within Pasadena, the City offers either dark fiber leases or lit services between locations within Pasadena. With a dark fiber lease, the customer lights the fiber itself. For customers that prefer service, the City can offer the security and dependability of a private, secure campus network, with minimum bandwidths of 100 Mbps, 1 Gbps, or 10 Gbps.Links to Sites in Partner CitiesFor businesses seeking to connect their Pasadena site(s) to facilities in other SoCal cities, the City of Pasadena has relationships with other Southern California cities with muni fiber networks to offer bandwidth linking customer sites outside of Pasadena. Cities where interconnection is possible include Burbank, Glendale, and Santa Monica. Working in concert, this option can provide customers a dark fiber connection or lit service, guaranteeing a minimum bandwidth. Access to Lit Services For businesses interested in Internet access and related services, Pasadena can also provide access to lit services, such as Internet access and connectivity to local collocation and regional collocation and peering sites. The City offers 100 Mbps, 1 Gbps, and 10 Gbps connections.
For more information on fiber services and routes offered by the City, please contact:
Lori SandovalTelecom & Regulatory AdministratorDepartment of Information TechnologyPhone: 626-744-4710Email: email@example.comFiber Network Map