Solutions

Wavelengths

High-capacity, direct routes.

Scale your bandwidth and maximize network performance.

Scaling your organization’s bandwidth to ensure your applications are performing optimally isn’t an easy task, especially in today’s bandwidth-intensive environment. Applications are continuing to demand more bandwidth and businesses are transferring massive amounts of data each day. The increase in bandwidth needs requires a solution that will keep your business operations running smoothly. Wavelength services offered by FiberLight can enhance your application performance, decrease latency, and allow you to fully-leverage your bandwidth from 10Gbps up to 100Gbps.

Increase application performance with a better connection to your data centers.

Next-gen, scalable optical transport

With the rise in bandwidth needs driven by 4K/8K streaming video, 5G mobile networks, cloud computing, data backup and replication, and latency-sensitive applications, the need for a high-capacity Layer 1 optical transport network to support future bandwidth growth is critical. Traditional tactics like aggregating multiple 10Gbps are inefficient and costly. Whether you’re increasing workloads to a data center or migrating between two data centers, achieve your business goals faster with Data Center Interconnect from FiberLight.

Data Center Interconnect Product Brief
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With a better connection to your data center, you will:

  • Enable Bandwidth-Intensive Applications – Increase performance and scale for bandwidth-intensive applications with efficient use of 10Gbps and 100Gbps wave services and expandable equipment to maximize bandwidth availability.
  • Enjoy Faster Turn Up – Speed up time to market or application launch with rapid service turn up, usually within two weeks.
  • Increase Reliability – Experience improved connections and service reliability with routes that are designed to eliminate points of failure and sources of latency between your data center locations.
  • Save on Cross Connects – Reduce the number of cross-connections required within the data center locations with larger 10Gbps and 100Gbps circuits.
  • Experience High-Touch Customer Service – Easily access top executive and field resources, offering a more personalized experience for delivering ongoing account management and service maintenance.

Top Features:

Bandwidth Options

  • 10Gbps
  • 100Gbps

Diversity

  • Diverse entrances into building (where available)
  • Multiple diverse backbone paths to data centers

Density

  • Ability to stand up lit capacity and strands for dark fiber requirements
  • Up to 1,728 strands in key metros and routes
  • Key metro market overbuilds underway to expand density

Depth

  • Nearly 90 percent of fiber is built 3.5’ deep underground as our standard vs just under the surface or aerial like ILECs and MSOs

Customization

  • Custom fiber paths built for customer specifications

Next Generation Equipment

  • Expansion capabilities to support any customer requirements

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 growing. You can find our fiber in Arlington, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Tampa, and Washington, DC.

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