Lightpath today announced its entrance into the Miami market for fiber connectivity solutions with a 135-mile, all-fiber network throughout the Miami Metro region. Miami marks the second major east coast market that Lightpath has entered over the past 16 months, following Boston in June of 2021.
Lightpath today announced the completion of a new, 54-mile build of its all-fiber network in Princeton, NJ that marks its entrance into the market. The network expansion is now operational and available to the over 400 target customers in the area.
Lightpath announced the expansion of its next-generation network throughout western Connecticut. The new 70+ mile network build will consist of high-count fiber connecting Trumbull and Norwalk, CT, to Katonah, NY, as well as points in between.
Lightpath today announced its fiber footprint has reached the significant milestones of 20,000 route miles, 13,500 service locations, and 2,000 wireless towers across its network, in additional to several other milestones over the past 16 months.
Lightpath announced the opening of an office in Midtown Manhattan, located at 24 West 40th Street. This location will house sales and customer service staff to directly support continued growth and operations in New York City, including on-going network expansions.
Lightpath today announced it has reached the milestone of 2,000 connected wireless towers. This milestone comes as Lightpath has more than doubled its number of on-net wireless sites in the last 12 months, including securing its first wireless customer in the Greater Boston region.
Lightpath announced a new regional long-haul route connecting the world’s data center epicenter of Ashburn, VA, to the New York Metro area. This 300-mile route is geographically diverse from existing Lightpath routes between New York and Ashburn, VA, offering customers distinct paths to and from the regions.
Lightpath today announced a 75-mile expansion of its all-fiber network west of its Boston metro footprint. The additional 75 route miles of network brings the total size of the Lightpath network in the Boston metropolitan area to more than 200 route miles.