Metro Ethernet provider FiberLight (News - Alert) has been building telecom delivery systems, cable and satellite television networks, fiber optic highways, and voice, video and data networks for over 15 years, for some of the biggest companies around.
Part of the reason for this sustained success, company officials say, is that they follow a policy of linking their customers with “the contacts who manage every detail of their job. By having these people intimately involved on a daily basis, we can guarantee that we always meet our customers’ needs.”
The company works in local access transport optimization or design and delivery of custom enterprise optical networks, whether customers want analysis, planning and design of networks to optimize existing transport economics or expand networks to meet requirements for enterprise connectivity and carrier network growth.
FiberLight works in a variety of industries, including telecommunications, finance, hospitality, media, government, healthcare and education, offering such services as custom network planning and design, fiber locating, dark fiber leases and builds, local access transport -- connecting data centers and enterprise locations, tech services, network management, maintenance and emergency restoration and network technologies and applications, among others.
They promise rapid planning and design of custom fiber and fixed wireless networks using the broad embedded base of third party fiber, infrastructure and facilities, and that their marking and flagging/staking conforms to the national standards: “FiberLight will manage receive, record and dispatch all Utility Locating tickets as requested.”
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Edited by Tammy Wolf