NEON expands in mid-Atlantic states

JANUARY 18, 2007 -- NEON Communications, a subsidiary of Globix Corp. and a provider of optical networking to carriers and large enterprise customers in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic regions, has expanded into the Long Island and Philadelphia markets.

JANUARY 18, 2007 -- NEON Communications (search for NEON), a subsidiary of Globix Corp. and a provider of optical networking to carriers and large enterprise customers in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic regions, has expanded into the Long Island and Philadelphia markets.

Through its dense, high-capacity fiber network, NEON is able to deliver information seamlessly to more than 180 points-of-presence. In 2006, NEON added 16 new points-of-presence to its 230,000 fiber-mile network and currently has plans underway to expand to Philadelphia and Ambler, PA; Camden, NJ; and Garden City, Jamaica, and Freeport, NY during 2007. Through its expanding fiber network, NEON says it can provide customers quick, cost-effective connectivity to critical communications facilities and enterprise locations throughout its footprint.

"Our company is now exclusively focused on growing NEON by continuing to add the markets and products our customers desire," said Kurt Van Wagenen, president and CEO of Globix. "NEON is building momentum in all areas of the business and is growing with its customers by adding new locations year after year, whether it be colocation facilities, central offices, or other points-of-presence."

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