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Lightpath Continues Rapid Expansion in Miami Demonstrating the Company’s Commitment to the Region

Lightpath, an all-fiber, infrastructure-based connectivity provider that is revolutionizing how organizations connect to their digital destinations, continues its planned expansion in Miami with the buildout of its new, all-fiber network throughout the region.

Lightpath previously announced its entrance into Miami with a new network build in the Central Business District (CBD). It is now operational and customer ready. The initial phase included connectivity to two critical data centers located at 50 NE 9th Street (NAP of the Americas) and 36 NE 2nd Street (Digital Realty). 

Lightpath is demonstrating its commitment to the Miami market with expansions beyond the CBD with a brand new network under construction to the north and the west of downtown. In total, Lightpath expects to have 65 route miles of network connecting four data centers operational by the end of 2023, with an additional five data centers coming on-net in early 2024.

Miami customers have access to Lightpath connectivity services including Internet, Ethernet, wavelengths, dark fiber, private networks, and direct connectivity to major Cloud providers. Additionally, customers can utilize long-haul services to connect to the entire Lightpath network of over 20,000 route miles serving over 13,500 service locations, including over 100 data centers and 7 cable landing stations. 

“The vibrant and rapidly growing business community in Miami deserves a new, modern fiber network that can serve the most challenging demands of organizations of all sizes, including tier-1 enterprises, governments, educators, other carriers, and hyperscalers.” – Chris Morley, CEO – Lightpath

Lightpath is dedicated to becoming the provider of choice in the market. The company’s entrance into Miami is the second major east coast market that Lightpath has entered in an 18-month period, with its entrance into Boston announced in June 2021. With 65 route miles expected to be completed by the end of 2023, Lightpath has already exceeded its original plan for the market made less than 6 months ago.

To learn more about Lightpath Miami, and to see a Miami network map, please visit lightpathfiber.com/miami and follow Lightpath on LinkedIn

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