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MOX Networks, Toptana Technologies Reveal Historic Backhaul Project Details

At PTC ’23, Allen Meeks, COO of MOX Networks and Tyson Johnston, Board of Directors’ President at Toptana Technologies sat down with Jason McGee-Abe, Global TMT Lead at 26FIVE Global Lab to discuss the full details of an exciting and historic 300-Mile Pacific Northwest Backhaul Route Project.


  • Learn about Toptana Technologies and the Quinault Indian Nation (QIN)
  • Toptana’s vision of bringing connectivity to unserved and underserved markets across Washington State and Oregon
  • MOX Networks’ critical role in the trailblazing project
  • How leveraging MOX’s expertise is critical to better serve the QIN and wider communities
  • Timelines for the new CLS and MOX backhaul project
  • MOX’s vision, growth strategy, and what the future has in store

Toptana Technologies is the first indigenous-owned Cable Landing Station (CLS) and backhaul network provider in the US with a mission to bring connectivity to unserved and underserved markets across Washington State and Oregon. Its 17,700 sq ft CLS is designed to Tier III specifications and 100% Uptime Standards.

MOX is a critical contributor to this trailblazing project, building the near 300-mile terrestrial backhaul network with 288 fibers of initial capacity, supporting this unique edge connection to new markets in the Northwest Pacific. MOX was selected based on its deep experience with fiber construction, complex projects, and its commitment to closing the digital divide.

Read more about this historic project in MOX’s recent press release.


Leslie Reid
Vice President of Marketing, MOX
+1 844 214 9500

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