Logicworks taps FiberNet for Colocation and Ethernet and Fibre Channel Transport

11 April 2003 New York City Lightwave--FiberNet Telecom Group, Inc., a provider of metropolitan optical connectivity, has completed an agreement with Logicworks, a private New York-based managed hosting provider, to deliver colocation and metro Gigabit Ethernet and Fibre Channel transport services. These services extend Logicworks' network throughout New York City and New Jersey, allowing Logicworks to expand its service offerings throughout the New York metro market.

11 April 2003 New York City Lightwave--FiberNet Telecom Group, Inc., a provider of metropolitan optical connectivity, has completed an agreement with Logicworks, a private New York-based managed hosting provider, to deliver colocation and metro Gigabit Ethernet and Fibre Channel transport services. These services extend Logicworks' network throughout New York City and New Jersey, allowing Logicworks to expand its service offerings throughout the New York metro market.

Joe Leuci, senior vice president - sales and marketing of FiberNet, said, "We are very pleased to be able to offer both our colocation and transport solutions to a managed hosting provider such as Logicworks, further diversifying our customer base."

Carter Burden, Logicworks' president and CEO, said, "FiberNet provides the ideal infrastructure platform for Logicworks' managed hosting services and enables new offerings, such as stretched SAN solutions, which have not previously been available in a managed hosting environment. Our partnership with FiberNet gives our customers unprecedented flexibility in selecting diverse locations for their managed dedicated servers, which is highly desirable for both disaster recovery and compliance-driven data warehousing needs."

FiberNet Telecom Group, Inc. deploys, owns and operates fiber-optic networks designed to provide comprehensive broadband connectivity to other telecommunications service providers for their data, voice and video transmissions.

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