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New Lightpath Network is Connecting Enterprises to Their Digital Destinations

A core tenant in Lightpath’s mission is to go where its customers want to be. The company recently announced a westward network expansion in Boston as part of two phases along the I-90 corridor that will be of special interest to enterprise customers across many sectors. 

The new fiber route added 75 new route miles of all-fiber network with a serviceable business market of more than 2,000 organizations. The network expansion is designed to offer two geographically diverse routes between Boston and points west. The eight new municipalities on the Lightpath network includes Needham, Framingham, Westborough, and Marlborough. 

“As Lightpath continues to invest in the Greater Boston market, this latest network expansion will serve major business centers to the west of the city, while also adding access to critical data centers along the path. Expanding to the west of Boston really complements our existing 150 route miles of network in the region.” – Chris Morley, Lightpath CEO

Organizations will be able to tap into Lightpath’s fully customizable IT services suite including dark fiber, optical transport (up to 800 Gbps), Ethernet (to 10 Gbps), internet access (to 100 Gbps), private networks, cloud connectivity, voice, cybersecurity and other managed services.

Boston West Network Expansion
Phase 1 of the build (in yellow) will be completed later in 2022, while the additional proposed routes (in red) are targeted for completion in 2023.

Lightpath also recently opened a new Boston office location to support all of its expansion efforts in greater Boston and throughout Massachusetts. 

Please follow Lightpath’s news and developments on LinkedIn and Twitter. For more information, visit www.lightpathfiber.com.


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