Tech services company taps FiberLight to expand Ethernet transport

JANUARY 22, 2009 -- WBS Connect, a Colorado-based global technology services company, has signed agreements with FiberLight to directly link two major data centers in Miami's central business district and add Ethernet capacity linking companies to data centers in downtown D.C.

JANUARY 22, 2009 -- Metro optical transport provider FiberLight LLC (search for FiberLight) is extending the market footprint of one of today's fastest growing telecommunications companies by providing Ethernet transport capacity in Miami and Washington, D.C. WBS Connect, a Colorado-based global technology services company located in 32 markets worldwide, recently signed agreements with FiberLight to directly link two major data centers in Miami's central business district and add Ethernet capacity linking companies to data centers in downtown D.C.

"Our customers are demanding faster turn-up times to manage their growing information transport needs," explains WBS Managing Partner Mike Hollander. "FiberLight provides us with the leading-edge technology solution to exceed customer requirements while simultaneously growing our market footprint. FiberLight's pricing, quick response, and product delivery time allow us to maintain a competitive edge in the technology marketplace," he adds.

The agreements make good strategic sense for both telecommunications companies, reports FiberLight president Kevin Coyne. "WBS Connect brings a set of next-generation services that the market is demanding. We are excited about the partnership and our ability to extend WBS's reach and its unique product offerings in two of our largest markets."


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