What would happen if your business were to suddenly lose connectivity to a major U.S. market? Your entire operation would be disrupted, which would cost a fortune.
For this reason, you need to take point-to-point transport seriously. Your business is only as strong as its connections between U.S. hubs.
One company that can guarantee fast, reliable interstate connectivity is FiberLight, LLC, a leading fiber optic network solutions provider. FiberLight has emerged as a top enabler of last-mile service, dedicated bandwidth and point-to-point transport. FiberLight offers connections to some of the most rapidly-growing cities in the U.S., including four of Inc.’s top 10 cities for fast growing companies.
Altogether, FiberLight owns and manages over 1.65 million fiber miles in over 400 cities and towns across the U.S. It also maintains over 17,000 backbone access points, and 1,700 on-net locations in over 100 data centers.
Consider this, too…
On November 15, FiberLight will begin offering 100G long-haul connectivity between Ashburn, Dallas, Atlanta, Tampa, Miami and Washington, D.C. FiberLight will also provide additional connectivity to additional networks in Texas, including Houston and Austin. Plus, this diverse 100G network will connect various other markets and subsea landing points across the U.S., while also enhancing connectivity between thousands of on-net and near-net buildings.
“Connecting our robust metro networks to one another is a logical next step for FiberLight and one that has been a long time coming,” stated Chris Bradford, FiberLight’s Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “I am thrilled our Enterprise customers will now have complete connectivity between regions for their real-time, mission critical and data center applications entirely on the FiberLight network.”
FiberLight Chief Financial Officer Kevin Coyne also spoke about the expansion.
“FiberLight’s long haul transport gives customers the peace of mind that their quality of service will consistently meet our best-in-class SLAs and support commitments both within and between cities,” he stated. “Further, these long-haul circuits connect our dense metro networks in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast with our expansive reach in Texas, making FiberLight’s footprint one continuous carrier-class network.”
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