Supported by Tilson’s real-estate entitlement, engineering, construction, and operational capabilities, Tilson Infrastructure develops, owns, and commercializes dark fiber by leasing capacity to carriers and wireless broadband/internet service providers. We collaborate with State DOT’s, Utility, Energy and organizations requiring design, build, operation and commercialization of dark fiber to generate new revenue for their organizations throughout the U.S.
Learn about our partnership with the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission. Tilson Infrastructure and Tilson will maintain, operate, and develop network infrastructure and extend broadband capacity along 220 miles of the turnpike which will increase broadband accessibility to unserved and underserved communities and support advanced telecommunications applications for improved safety and mobility.
DARK FIBER SOLUTIONS
We leverage our deep experience working with communities to secure underlying rights and understand aesthetic concerns and restoration requirements. Fiber routes are designed in careful coordination with wireless node locations and existing utilities to minimize the impact of construction.
Our telecom-grade fiber networks are built using the latest in fiber optic technologies and construction standards
Our fiber network routes are typically unique and diverse from older network provider routes
Our fiber network routes provide direct lower network latency than our competitors
Our fiber services are designed to support hyperscalers, Internet Service Providers, wireless and wireline providers, educational and healthcare networks and large enterprises.
VP of Infrastructure
Alda Licis serves as Vice President of Infrastructure, leading Tilson’s infrastructure affiliate. Prior to joining Tilson, Alda was Principal/Owner of Front Range Infrastructure Consulting, LLC advising clients in the fiber and wireless industry. Previously, she worked for the Zayo Group holding several roles over her five-year tenure including managing the P&L for the data center business unit, developing Zayo’s first Small Cell Implementation team, managing large-scale fiber projects, and managing multiple Product teams responsible for strategic pricing of all dark fiber-based products (metro, long haul and FTT/Small Cell). Prior to Zayo, Alda managed the Chicago and Federal engineering offices for EYP Mission Critical Facilities, a data center design and consulting company which was acquired by Hewlett Packard. Alda began her career as a licensed Electrical Engineer designing power systems for commercial buildings.
Alda serves as the Chair of University of Colorado’s BOLD Advisory Council in the College of Engineering. She holds an Engineering degree from the University of Colorado and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago.
Director of Fiber Business Development
Ian Horowitz serves as Director of Fiber Business Development at Tilson leading the commercialization of dark fiber assets by assisting State DOT’s, Utility, Energy, and different verticals across the country. Prior to Tilson, Ian served as PCCW Global's Ecosystem Partnerships Director and was responsible for developing strategic partnerships for channel partners, data centers, SaaS providers, and carriers in North America. Additionally, Ian's experience includes leadership positions in sales and business development for Zayo Group, Epsilon Telecom and CENX. He currently serves as a Board Member on the PA Wireless Association and Jaymie Scotto and Associates.
General Manager of Infrastructure Networks
John Romagnoli serves as General Manager for Tilson Infrastructure and is responsible for the commercialization and overall business management of fiber infrastructure projects in the eastern United States. John is a Certified SCRUM Product Owner with over 10-years managing all business aspects of enterprise fiber networks. Prior to joining Tilson, John spent eight years evolving and managing the enterprise and wholesale fiber businesses at Atlantic Broadband, and nearly four years launching and managing fiber products at Lightower Fiber.
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