Lightower expands at 60 Hudson in New York City

DECEMBER 2, 2009 -- Lightower Fiber Networks, a metro fiber network, bandwidth, and collocation service provider serving the northeast United States, will expand its collocation facility at 60 Hudson Street in New York City.

DECEMBER 2, 2009 -- Lightower Fiber Networks, a metro fiber network, bandwidth, and collocation service provider serving the northeast United States, will expand its collocation facility at 60 Hudson Street in New York City.

Lightower will develop an additional 1,600 square feet of carrier-class space “due to increased demand for its collocation and fiber networking services at this major communications hub,” according to the cmopany. The new Lightower space will offer racks, cabinets, and cages to collocation customers. Carrier-class amenities include raised floors, AC or DC power, HVAC, backup power, and security.

Collocation customers will also have access to such Lightower fiber networking services as dark fiber, wavelengths, Ethernet, IP, SONET, and TDM.

"60 Hudson Street is one of the cornerstones of the telecommunications infrastructure in the northeast. Our new collocation space will enable customers to utilize Lightower fiber services to connect with other area carrier hotels, financial exchanges, or any other location within the Lightower footprint," explained Doug Dalissandro, Lightower executive vice president of sales.

Lightower also offers collocation customers access to other carriers located within 60 Hudson Street, or any other carrier hotel or data center in the area. Lightower provides direct intra-facility connectivity services to more than 10 other major carriers at 60 Hudson, in addition to direct access to the facility meet me rooms.

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