FiberLight increases fiber access In Dallas/Ft. Worth market
SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 -- FiberLight has extended its fiber inside the D.R. Horton Tower at 301 Commerce Street, Ft. Worth, TX.
SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 -- FiberLight, a provider of optical transport services in 21 metro areas throughout the Southern United States, has extended its fiber inside the D.R. Horton Tower at 301 Commerce Street, Ft. Worth, TX. This represents the 69th building FiberLight connects to in the greater Dallas/Ft. Worth market, further enabling FiberLight's customer access to 350 route miles of fiber throughout the Dallas/Ft. Worth/Plano marketplace. Additionally, FiberLight continues to increase its existing presence at 1950 Stemmons in Dallas, TX, with the procurement of additional space and power to support the growth of its metro Ethernet product line.
FiberLight's managed Ethernet services, riding over its metro fiber-optic network, allow clients to connect multiple offices, wide area networks (WANs), Internet connections, and offsite data center services directly at very high speeds and ultralow latency. The network also provides robust and sophisticated quality-of-service (QoS)-based traffic management strategies.
"We have consistently grown our revenue, profitability, and our network both in Dallas/Ft. Worth as well as our 20 additional markets across the country. The 301 Commerce Street location allows FiberLight customers access to metro Ethernet speeds from 10 Megabits to 10 gigs, SONET, managed wavelengths, and IP connectivity that is built on a fully redundant network architecture. Greater access drives down costs while improving reliability, versus the traditional enterprise offering," says Mike Miller, chief executive officer and founder of FiberLight. "We welcome the new opportunities this growth in our network represents and remain committed to delivering superior value to our customers."
"Enabling cost effective, high-speed connectivity between our customers and their data centers without expensive protocol conversion is critical to their success," says Ben Edmond, executive vice president of sales and marketing at FiberLight. "Not only do we provide them more bandwidth for the money they are spending, but we can securely leverage the fiber to connect to their data center, provide Internet access, and access their wide area networks, all for a bundled price and a higher SLA than our enterprise clients are accustomed to, up to a 100% uptime guarantee."