Each morning I am grateful. I wake up, float over to my desk to tackle the cornucopia of news that celebrates the successes of our clients and the greater telecom industry. I usually try to carve out a moment or two to eat some breakfast before harvesting the parade of emails.
While the summer may be a time of relaxation for some, this is not the case for Lexent Metro Connect. Lexent, a leading provider of dark fiber networks in the New York Metro area, has used this summer to continue diligently working on expanding their network. Already this year, Lexent has expanded into a number of key carrier hotels in and around New Jersey and New York City including their latest build outs – a riser cable at 300 Boulevard East connecting Savvis and Telx and a fiber pull into 4 Worlds Financial. These expansions are a direct response to the growing demands from Lexent’s customers.
Catch the latest industry news from the Customer Business Exchange (CBX) event! CBX is being hosted by Telx today in NYC at the Marriott Marquis. As an invitation only networking event, the CBX is designed to help grow and drive new business with hundreds of companies participating. Over 15 companies also participated in special news announcements
LEXENT METRO CONNECT PLANS EXPANSION OF ITS DARK FIBER NETWORK INTO TELX’S CLIFTON, NJ COLOCATION FACILITY A BOON FOR FINANCIAL NETWORKS, ALSO COLOCATED IN CLIFTON, WHO REQUIRE LOWEST LATENCY CONNECTIONS FOR HIGH CAPACITY TRADING IN AND AROUND THE CITY New York, New York – June 3, 2010 – Lexent Metro Connect, a leading provider of
LEXENT METRO CONNECT BUILDS AND MAINTAINS SOME OF THE SHORTEST DARK FIBER ROUTES BETWEEN NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY
Looking for the shortest route between 165 Halsey Street in Newark and 1400 Federal Boulevard in Carteret? Lexent Metro Connect has some of the shortest dark fiber routes in the NY and NJ metro areas. With over 100 on-net buildings and data centers Lexent's dark fiber connects key facilities offering not only carriers and Enterprises
With ITW 2010 just two weeks away, I'm sure you are scheduling meetings with the fierce verocity of the business you will be doing at this leading global event for the wholesale telecom industry. The Marriott Wardman Park will be a flury with men and women in suits doing deals. But in order to do deals - you need to know the companies that you can do business with. Here are six companies that you may want to consider meeting:
With the high demand by financial markets and exchanges for low latency connectivity, its not a surprise to see that Lexent has expanded its network reach into CoreSite's high-end data center in 32 Ave of the Americas. Connecting major financial exchanges and data centers to its secure, high quality dark fiber network has been top
Lexent Metro Connect and Ciena are hosting a webinar titled 'Accelerating Your Business: Low Latency Networks' on Tuesday, April 13, 2010. The focus will be on the use of low latency networks to support algorithmic trading activities. As today's financial marketplace becomes more competitive its essential for high frequency trading groups and financial firms to
Without a doubt has dark fiber has many uses in the telecommunications arena, and there are numerous providers out there. Traditionally, owning a dark fiber network could be cost prohibitive and marked by long deployment timeframes. Lexent Metro Connect has cornered the dark fiber market though in the New York / New Jersey metro regions,