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FiberLight, LLC is Connecting Rural Texas Communities Though its Texas Expansion Activities

/a>, LLC’s /a> Expansion efforts continue to bring much-needed connectivity to the state of Texas. In the first five months of 2014, FiberLight has made significant progress on two major fronts, including supporting cell phone towers with wireless backhaul and connecting smaller, more remote regions of the state to Texas’ larger metro markets over fiber optic backbone infrastructure. This brings critical, high-speed data transport services to underserved areas and supports increasing wireless backhaul demands throughout the state.

To date, FiberLight has connected over 600 cell towers, installed nearly 5,500 route miles across the state, connected a number of cities and towns to its network – including Victoria and Bryan this year – and added new data centers, including Fibertown in Bryan – which will be connected to FiberLight’s high speed DASH (/a>, /a>, antonio and houston) network this month. FiberLight also began the first phase of a planned 1,800-mile layer one high-speed transport circuit connecting Midland, Odessa, Abilene, San Angelo, Ozona, Forth Stockton, Monahans, Lubbock, Amarillo and Wichita Falls, which will be completed later this year.

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