A Fiber Backhaul is a dedicated point to point fiber connection between an access node and the core network or POP. Backhaul Fiber is mostly used by businesses that are engaged in telecommunications, wholesale Internet access, wholesale ISP or WISP services. This dedicated backhaul fiber connection provides the bandwidth capacity needed for service an area or a specific site. Fiber Backhaul connections are commonly used in the wireless or WISP space to service tower locations or antenna sites with fiber needed for wireless capacity. Backhaul Fiber is also known as a Point to Point Connection, Ethernet Private Line, Wholesale Carrier Ethernet, Wholesale Internet Access, Wavelength Service or Lit Fiber.