Screen Shot 2015-09-16 at 8.26.58 AMFirstLight Fiber announced today that Bowl New England, a Spare Time Entertainment venue located in Colchester, VT, has chosen FirstLight to provide dedicated Internet service via dual redundant diverse fiber circuits to this family entertainment facility.

“FirstLight was incredibly willing to assist us with network planning from our first point of communication with the company. One of the reasons we selected FirstLight was because they understood our needs and could offer the level of diversity that our former provider could not,” stated Bill Moller, Systems Administrator for Bowl New England. “For the redundancy to work, we needed private Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), which some other providers were unwilling to offer. Reliable Internet access is critical to support our business for all credit card processing and voice telephony, and in response, FirstLight designed a solution with diverse Internet connections keeping us operational in the event of an outage.”

Bowl New England in Colchester serves as the headquarters for 16 bowling centers across New England, New York, Alabama, North Carolina, and Tennessee. FirstLight’s diversely-routed circuits will support the company’s VPN and VOIP traffic for all 16 locations. As needs increase in the future, Bowl New England will work with FirstLight on securing additional bandwidth, as well as look to colocate its servers into one or more of FirstLight’s five data centers.

Screen Shot 2013-10-14 at 11.30.34 AM“When approached by Bowl New England, in true FirstLight fashion, we took the time to learn and understand exactly their needs and pain points. We are pleased to offer a complete, fiber-based Internet access solution with Tier 1 provider connections, numerous private peering connections, reduced hop counts that will enable Bowl New England to operate seamlessly,” commented Patrick Coughlin, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for FirstLight Fiber.

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