LOGIX Fiber Networks touts Texas fiber-optic network reach

Fiber-optic network services provider LOGIX Fiber Networks says its fiber-optic network footprint in its home state of Texas now exceeds 265,000 fiber miles.

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Fiber-optic network services provider LOGIX Fiber Networks says its fiber-optic network footprint in its home state of Texas now exceeds 265,000 fiber miles. LOGIX uses the fiber network to offer symmetrical bandwidth to more than 10,000 businesses and nearly 1000 buildings in the Dallas/Ft. Worth, Austin, San Antonio, and Houston metro areas (see, for example, "LOGIX Fiber Networks grow South Texas fiber-optic network").

LOGIX adds its fiber network also offers connections to more than 100 data centers across Texas for production and disaster recovery services. LOGIX operates its own data center facilities in the Dallas/Ft. Worth, Austin, San Antonio, and Houston markets, through which it offers colocation services. The company also offers Business Voice, Business Internet, Business Ethernet, Business Wavelength, Business Voice Cloud, Business Voice Trunks, Data Centers, and Cloud Connect services.

“We’re committed to continuing to grow our fiber footprint because businesses of all sizes are searching for highly reliable, enterprise-class bandwidth,” said LOGIX Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer Scott Brueggeman. “Reliable and symmetrical bandwidth is a must-have for businesses today. Now, more than ever, small and midsize companies can be on par with large corporations regarding business connectivity options and we deliver choices in a speedy and flexible framework that’s been a LOGIX hallmark for over 35 years.”

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