OnFiber expands into Phoenix

August 3, 2004 Austin, TX - OnFiber Communications, a metro network provider, today announced the expansion of its service offerings into the Phoenix, AZ market. Following two recent acquisitions into the Boston and Portland metropolitan areas, the expansion into Phoenix makes OnFiber's AdaptiveBuild enterprise solution and managed transport services available in a total of 16 major metropolitan areas across the United States.

August 3, 2004 Austin, TX - OnFiber Communications, a metro network provider, today announced the expansion of its service offerings into the Phoenix, AZ market. Following two recent acquisitions into the Boston and Portland metropolitan areas, the expansion into Phoenix makes OnFiber's AdaptiveBuild enterprise solution and managed transport services available in a total of 16 major metropolitan areas across the United States.

"Our expansion into new markets such as Phoenix indicates that OnFiber's growth is continuing to accelerate," said Michael Guess, chief operating officer and co-founder, OnFiber. "As need and opportunity arise, OnFiber will continue to execute on its strategy to cost effectively serve customers nationwide."

OnFiber's Phoenix network, passing through the downtown business corridor, will serve all major carrier hotels and points of presence. Throughout the 25 route-mi footprint, the network also provides local enterprise customers the opportunity to quickly obtain wavelength, SONET or Ethernet services utilizing OnFiber's AdaptiveBuild solution.

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