Lightwave Communications lights New York City metro DWDM ring

Apr. 25, 2001--LightWave Communications, Inc., a facilities-based provider of metro optical access services, announced the completion of its metro dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) network in New York City.

LightWave Communications, Inc., a facilities-based provider of metro optical access services, announced the completion of its metro dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) network in New York City. These facilities connect several Verizon central offices in New York City onto the existing LightWave network giving customers a seamless optical metro access solution along the Northeast. The LightWave network currently consists of 3,000 metro fiber miles and extends from Boston, MA to Washington, DC with multiple points-of-presence in New York City, Newark, NJ, Philadelphia, PA and Baltimore, MD. The New York City ring is the second completed in a series of strategic build outs that will continue throughout the year in and around the major cities along the LightWave network.

About LightWave Communications:

LightWave Communications, Inc. is a facilities-based provider of metro optical access services. The company's metro access service provides a seamless optical interconnection between major carrier hotels, data centers and Verizon central offices within the Washington, DC to Boston, MA corridor. The company's broadband service portfolio includes Ethernet, Private Line and wavelength metro access services. For more information, visit www.lightwavecomm.net.

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