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Dark Fiber

See why our Dark Fiber shines a little brighter.

More control. Greater security. Extra peace of mind.

Network operators and carriers have been wise to the value of high-bandwidth, scalable dark fiber for decades. More recently, businesses have begun looking to dark fiber to future-proof their own data and technology initiatives, attracted by the low latency and scalable bandwidth capabilities these networks offer. Today, professional service firms, healthcare systems, government organizations, and educational institutions are all turning to the dark side for their networking needs.

When it comes to building custom fiber networks, no one else has our construction background, so no one else knows what we know—or has our experience, know-how, and drive. And we’ve proven it for the last 20 years.

As a leading provider of fiber optic infrastructure in some of the country’s most rapidly growing metro areas, we design, build, monitor, and maintain our network to ensure even your most mission-critical applications don’t miss a beat.

  • More than 20 years providing dark fiber solutions
  • Fiber-rich footprint in key innovation hubs
  • Dedicated NOC for monitoring, trouble shooting and incident resolution
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430

Cities & Towns

19,265

Backbone Access Points

1,518

In Progress Route Miles

12,040

Texas Route Miles

14,007

Total Route Miles

754

Mid-Atlantic Route Miles

381

Georgia Route Miles

330

Florida Route Miles

FiberLight’s Dark Fiber Services give you:

Endless Connectivity Options – Because our network reach is expanding every day, you can access more markets, towers, buildings, and data centers quickly.

Ownership and Financing Options – Flexible financing means you can customize either a lease or an IRU for your networking needs—or we can negotiate an all-out purchase of your own custom network. Our inherent flexibility ensures your network grows as you grow.

Custom Combined-Services Solutions – By combining our Dark Fiber services with any of our Lit Services options—including Ethernet, IP, or Managed Wavelengths—you can build a network to accommodate all of your current and future transport needs.

An ever-expanding, ever-improving network

FiberLight now has 14,000 route miles of fiber in some of the most rapidly expanding metro areas in the United States—and we’re growing by the day. You can find our fiber in Arlington, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Tampa, and Washington, DC.

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What I liked about FiberLight was that the network is monitored constantly. None of the competition seemed to have that.

Bartek Raszczyk, Senior Network Engineer, LINX

With FiberLight’s Dark Fiber services, we were able to cut our Internet access fees by at least 50%, compared to several carriers.

Trey Berndt, Executive Vice President, Carrier-1 Data Centers

Recent News, Press, and Articles

Tuesday, July 24, 2018
Building Better Networks for the 5G Future

By Wayne Wooley, Senior Vice President of Construction, FiberLight The widespread availability of 5G wireless connectivity is on the horizon, and it’s time for network providers to prepare their infrastructure…

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018
The Wizards Behind the Curtain: Three Critical Factors in Running an Effective Fiber Optic Network

By April Stoume, Vice President Service Delivery, FiberLight The telecommunications industry is embarking on yet another major transformation, introducing a wide range of next-gen communications technologies – such as IoT,…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018
FiberLight Announces Launch of New Corporate Brand

ATLANTA – July 10, 2018 – FiberLight, LLC, an industry leader in providing high-performance metro and long haul fiber transport and IP services, today announces the launch of its updated…

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Wednesday, June 27, 2018
How FiberLight Protects Its Network Against the Threat of Hurricanes

By Ron Holt, Vice President, Field Operations Katrina, Sandy, Irma, and Harvey. These popular names have taken on new meaning for millions of citizens across the United States, representing some…

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