Zayo Bandwidth expands Philadelphia fiber-to-tower

NOVEMBER 13, 2009 -- Zayo Bandwidth, a provider of bandwidth infrastructure for carrier, enterprise, and government customers, says it will deploy TDM and Ethernet services to an additional 300 wireless tower sites in the Philadelphia and Lehigh Valley areas of Pennsylvania.

NOVEMBER 13, 2009 -- Zayo Bandwidth, a provider of bandwidth infrastructure for carrier, enterprise, and government customers, says it will deploy TDM and Ethernet services to an additional 300 wireless tower sites in the Philadelphia and Lehigh Valley areas of Pennsylvania in support of the current mobile platform and the upcoming transition to 4G technologies.

"With new mobile applications requiring significantly greater bandwidth, mobile service providers are faced with meeting tomorrow's bandwidth requirements today," said Chris Murphy, vice president, sales and business development for Zayo Bandwidth. "Zayo's bandwidth infrastructure solutions are designed for scalable growth as the mobile service providers continue to evolve their 3G and 4G technologies."

This deployment will enable the delivery of high-speed, LTE wireless network services, and also expand existing network capacity and bandwidth to accommodate new, data-hungry mobile services and applications, Zayo says.

Fulfillment of rollout will expand Zayo Bandwidth's wireless tower footprint across the country to more than 1,100 locations, the company says.

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