FiberLight linking Texas to its 10K-mile networkFiberLight linking Texas to its 10K-mile networkhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=139962016-08-02T05:00:00Z2016-08-02T20:35:00Z

​TEXAS - FiberLight has taken another step forward in its Texas statewide fiber network expansion, establishing additional low-latency connectivity between the western portions of the company's Texas network to tie its 10,000-mile network together.

Through this expansion, FiberLight will cover over six cities and towns, including Abilene, Amarillo, Lubbock, Midland, Odessa, and San Angelo as well as its Dallas-Austin-San Antonio-Houston (DASH) footprint. 

By completing this build, the service provider will be able to provide direct high-bandwidth transport capabilities into regional and national data centers in Dallas, Houston. 

It will also be able to address metros across FiberLight's southeastern network for traditional businesses and regional service providers and carriers in Texas' growing West Texas cities and towns.

Earlier this year, FiberLight completed an expansion in Texas that connects areas near the Mexican border to major cities including Houston, San Antonio and Dallas.

By adding this network transport solution to FiberLight's other ongoing national projects—including its recent South Texas expansion—this total Texas transport solution will create new opportunities for international carriers and companies to increase data-supported business operations in the United States.​

Online news
Infrastructure & Transportation
http://www.fiercetelecom.com/story/fiberlight-add-low-latency-connections-its-10k-texas-fiber-miles/2016-07-26Read more at {Source}

 Search NewsTalk Texas