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Lightpath Opens Manhattan Office to Support Continued, Rapid Growth in New York City

In another development showing its continued growth trajectory, Lightpath is opening a Midtown Manhattan office, in the heart of the country’s largest enterprise communications market. 

Lightpath continues to invest in the New York City market, which has accelerated over the last year with the doubling of the company’s sales and service teams, upgrading its optical network to state-of-the-art Ciena technologies, and the announcement of several area network expansions.  

Organizations in all sectors continue to choose Lightpath for their critical connectivity needs. With over 18,000 route miles of network connecting to over 12,000 service locations, Lightpath can connect customers to any of their digital destinations throughout the region. 

Office will offer enhanced, localized support to customers

Located at 24 West 40th Street, the satellite office will house sales and customer service staff to directly support continued growth and operations in New York City, including on-going network expansions. 

“The greater New York City region is the largest enterprise communications market in the country, and Lightpath has the most expansive and densest all-fiber network here, among competitive fiber providers. We will continue to invest in and expand our infrastructure, as well as invest in our people, to support the seemingly limitless demand for connectivity across the region,” stated Chris Morley, CEO of Lightpath. 

Lightpath also connects to over 75 area data centers, seven cable landing stations, and all major cloud providers.   

Lightpath offers a complete suite of all-fiber, customized connectivity solutions, including optical transport up to 800 Gbps, Internet access, Ethernet, dark fiber, private networks, voice, managed security solutions, and more.  

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