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Fiber Light

Transport Services

Our transport services give you the scalable, reliable multi-site connectivity you need to ensure seamless business operations.

Cloud Connect

FiberLight Cloud Connect gives you lower latency, improved performance, and greater cost savings to your cloud provider.

Wireless Backhaul

Our wireless backhaul solutions ensure your services run quickly and efficiently, enabling you to meet all your customers' demands.

More control. Greater security. Extra peace of mind.

An ever-expanding, ever-improving fiber network

FiberLight now has 14,000 route miles of fiber in some of the most rapidly expanding metro areas in the United States—and we’re growing by the day. You can find our fiber in Arlington, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Tampa, and Washington, DC.

Network operators and carriers have been wise to the value of high-bandwidth, scalable dark fiber for decades. More recently, businesses have begun looking to dark fiber to future-proof their own data and technology initiatives, attracted by the low latency and scalable bandwidth capabilities these networks offer. Today, professional service firms, healthcare systems, government organizations, and educational institutions are all turning to the dark side for their networking needs.

When it comes to building custom fiber networks, no one else has our construction background, so no one else knows what we know—or has our experience, know-how, and drive. And we’ve proven it for the last 20 years.

Increase efficiency across your network

Scale your bandwidth and maximize network performance.

Scaling your organization’s bandwidth to ensure your applications are performing optimally isn’t an easy task, especially in today’s bandwidth-intensive environment. Applications are continuing to demand more bandwidth and businesses are transferring massive amounts of data each day. The increase in bandwidth needs requires a solution that will keep your business operations running smoothly. Wavelength services offered by FiberLight can enhance your application performance, decrease latency, and allow you to fully-leverage your bandwidth from 10Gbps up to 100Gbps.

Next-gen, scalable optical transport

With the rise in bandwidth needs driven by 4K/8K streaming video, 5G mobile networks, cloud computing, data backup and replication, and latency-sensitive applications, the need for a high-capacity Layer 1 optical transport network to support future bandwidth growth is critical. Traditional tactics like aggregating multiple 10Gbps are inefficient and costly. Whether you’re increasing workloads to a data center or migrating between two data centers, achieve your business goals faster with Data Center Interconnect from FiberLight.

Point-to-point and beyond.

FiberLight’s low-latency transport grows with your data needs.

Constant connectivity ensures seamless business operations, and FiberLight’s carrier-grade MEF-compliant Metro E-LINE Ethernet services and cost-efficient DWDM Wave offering each provide a simple solution and greater peace of mind. And because our own fiber optic infrastructure powers each of our Ethernet services, you get responsive, reliable, and local support.

The bandwidth you need, where you need it.

Corporate growth and expansion into new markets is always exciting, but failure to ensure reliable, scalable site-to-site connectivity can doom multi-state operations. In fact, ensuring reliable, on-demand access to secure collaboration tools between offices is one of the key drivers for employee – and overall organizational – productivity.

Whether you’re expanding into a new market, scaling up data replication tactics, or simply handling more organizational data at multiple locations, FiberLight has the expertise to meet all your metro-to-metro needs. Our 100Gigabit Long-Haul gives you the right solution at the right price, freeing you up to focus on your business at hand.

Network Operators

FiberLight wants to help network operators accelerate innovation through strategic network optimization, alternative fiber reach to customers, and future-focused planning and collaborative codesign to exceeds your customers’ expectations.

We were one of the very first independent fiber optic construction companies. Over our 25 years in business, we’ve invested more than $1 billion in building and upgrading fiber networks in some of the country’s most in-demand metros. Not only have we sold and leased backbone to many of the larger network operators.

Besides leveraging our one-of-a-kind network infrastructure for resale, wholesale, wireless backhaul, and small-cell services, we’ve also built a one-of-a-kind approach to customer service. That means we are committed to providing incredibly responsive service 24/7.

An ever-expanding, ever-improving fiber network

FiberLight has more than 14,000 fiber route miles in some of the most rapidly expanding metro areas in the United States—and we’re growing by the day. You can find our fiber in Arlington, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Tampa, and Washington, DC

Enhanced Dedicated Internet Access (DIA)

We blend services from multiple internet providers to ensure constant connectivity.

Cloud deployments aren’t the only major drivers for increased Internet traffic. According to Future Market Insights, reliable Dedicated Internet is also necessary for other mission critical bandwidth-intensive enterprise programs and applications, such as BYOD, video and web conferencing, web-based video training, and VoIP.

With adaptive fiber optic solutions with protected network configuration options at speeds ranging from 10Mbps to 100Gbps, we ensure your services grow as you do. Plus, by specializing in building new, diverse routes into hard-to-reach locations, we’re able to provide a true alternative for unique buildings and markets.

Just like your Tier-4 data centers, FiberLight connects with multiple peering partners to minimize the risk of downtime. Our industry-leading connectivity and performance, expansive network footprint, and redundancy planning all help ensure maximum uptime and, ultimately, accelerate your business.

Need help transitioning to IPv6?

FiberLight’s DIA services can help you understand the new requirements for IPv6 and 100Gbps Ethernet service, including LAN/PHY and WAN/PHY interfaces.

An ever-expanding, ever-improving fiber network

FiberLight now has 14,000 route miles of fiber in some of the most rapidly expanding metro areas in the United States—and we’re growing by the day. You can find our fiber in Arlington, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Tampa, and Washington, DC.

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What Are Cloud Services?

What is Cloud Services?

Cloud Services means services made available to users on demand via the Internet from a cloud provider's servers as opposed to being provided from a company's own on-premises servers. Cloud services are designed to provide easy, scalable access to applications, resources and services, and are fully managed by a cloud services provider.

A cloud service can dynamically scale to meet the needs of its users, and because the service provider supplies the hardware and software necessary for the service, there's no need for a company to provision or deploy its own resources or allocate IT staff to manage the service. Examples of cloud services include online data storage and backup solutions, Web-based e-mail services, hosted office suites and document collaboration services, database processing, managed technical support services and more.

What it is Voice / SIP / Hosted Services?

HOSTED VOICE / SIP SERVICES
Hosted Voice delivers more functionality than a traditional phone system, without the costs of managing and maintaining a PBX. Our Hosted VoIP solution is a hosted PBX phone system that allows businesses to streamline how they communicate.

SIP TRUNKING SERVICES
SIP Trunking enables your business to reduce costs and simplify IT management by combining voice and Internet access over a single Internet connection using your existing IP PBX system. With SIP service, you purchase only the trunks you need based on the maximum number of concurrent calls your business requires. SIP Trunks are significantly less expensive than analog lines, further helping businesses reduce costs. MegaPath offers SIP Trunking for single-site businesses and Enterprise Trunking for multi-location businesses.

What is Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)?

IaaS is a standardized, highly automated offering, where compute resources, complemented by storage and networking capabilities are owned and hosted by a service provider and offered to customers on-demand. Customers are able to self-provision this infrastructure, using a Web-based graphical user interface that serves as an IT operations management console for the overall environment. API access to the infrastructure may also be offered as an option.

What is Platform as a Service (PaaS)?

PaaS offerings facilitate the deployment of applications or services without the of buying and managing the underlying hardware and software and provisioning hosting capabilities. All "as-a-service" offerings are characterized as providing low initial cost, incremental cost as your service usage grows, self-service, best practices built-in, resource sharing, automated deployment, management services, lifecycle management, reuse. PaaS provides these capabilities for application and service development.

PaaS offerings may also include facilities for application design, application development, testing, and deployment as well as services such as team collaboration, web service integration, and marshalling, database integration, security, scalability, storage, persistence, state management, application versioning, application instrumentation, and developer community facilitation.

What is Software as a Service (SaaS)?

SaaS is typically accessed by users using a thin client via a web browser. SaaS has become a common delivery model for many business applications, including office & messaging software, DBMS software, management software, CAD software, dDevelopment software, virtualization, accounting, collaboration, customer relationship management (CRM), management information systems (MIS), enterprise resource planning (ERP), invoicing, human resource management (HRM), content management (CM) and service desk management.

SaaS has been incorporated into the strategy of all leading enterprise software companies. One of the biggest selling points for these companies is the potential to reduce IT support costs by outsourcing hardware and software maintenance and support to the SaaS provider.

What is Data Migration?

The process of migration, also known as cloud migration, involves the transferring of an organization to a cloud. More specifically, by undergoing migration, businesses relocate some or all of their applications, digital assets, services, and other general IT resources onto a cloud. In doing so, they are able to leverage the benefits of the cloud to promote more efficient, quick, and secure operations.

What is Desktop as a Service (DaaS)?

Hosted desktops streamline workflow by making your desktop and apps available online, allowing you to work on your files from anywhere in the world. Suited to large office environments as well as single users, virtual hosted desktops can improve efficiency and save time and money.

What is website, data, and cloud security services?

All businesses require secure operations in order to be successful and protect their sensitive information. Devising a comprehensive strategy to cover all of your security demands has never been more important, and should include a number of layered security services. Security is the culmination of a number of pieces working together to collectively create a powerful defense against cyber threats.

These security pieces include physical security, network protection, secure multitenant architecture, per-tenant firewalls, host-based firewalls, anti-virus, and backup and replication. In order to maintain the most secure environment possible, most businesses choose to trust the management of their network security to their provider.

What is Colocation?

Colocation is often used in the data sourcing industry to mean off-site data storage, usually in a data center. This is very important for businesses since the loss of data can be crucial for companies of any size, up to and including disciplinary action for employees or loss of their job. An unexpected loss in data can result from fires, earthquakes, floods, or any sort of natural disaster.

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