Looking Glass Networks adds nine U.S. metropolitan markets

Jan. 15, 2002 - Looking Glass Networks (Oakbrook, IL) a facilities-based provider of metro data transport services, today introduced a broad range of lit bandwidth, dark fiber, and collocation services to telecom carrier and enterprise customers in nine of the largest U.S. metropolitan markets.

Jan. 15, 2002 - Looking Glass Networks (Oakbrook, IL) a facilities-based provider of metro data transport services, today introduced a broad range of lit bandwidth, dark fiber, and collocation services to telecom carrier and enterprise customers in nine of the largest U.S. metropolitan markets.

The additions are located where metro bandwidth demands are greatest?at key carrier hotels, data centers, and ILEC central offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Northern New Jersey, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, D.C./Northern Virginia,.

Looking Glass completed the networks on schedule and have to date received more than $15 million in signed customer contracts from 20 key carrier and enterprise customers.

Looking Glass has deployed an agnostic platform?offering the full range of carrier-class SONET, Ethernet and Wavelength lit services from 10 Mbits/sec to 10 Gbits/sec, along with dark fiber and carrier-neutral collocation services. It has also developed and deployed an operational support system suite (OSS) that facilitates rapid customer provisioning, rapid service connection, and point-and-click convenience through a Web-based customer service portal.

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