FirstLight, a provider of fiber-optic data, Internet, data center, cloud and voice services to enterprise and carrier customers throughout the Northeast, announced the expansion of its fiber optic network further into the State of Pennsylvania. With this project, over 1,000 route miles of fiber in eastern Pennsylvania has been added with coverage in Allentown, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Scranton, Reading and Wilkes-Barre. The FirstLight’s high quality, fiber-based solutions aims to provide businesses along these new routes with access to FirstLight’s comprehensive portfolio of services.
Fiber network in the mid-Atlantic
According to the announcement, FirstLight’s fiber network provides customers throughout the Northeast and now in the mid-Atlantic with services including Internet Access, Ethernet, Wavelength, Dark Fiber, Cloud and Data Center Connectivity, Cloud Computing Solutions, Unified Communications and Cisco-based Collaboration and Network Solutions.
Kurt Van Wagenen, President and CEO of FirstLight, said,
“At FirstLight, we pride ourselves on providing our growing customer base with high performance, reliable, fiber-based services delivered over our low latency fiber optic network. Our expansion into eastern Pennsylvania is designed to not only support a wireless carrier’s roll out of 5G, but will also provide organizations in industries such as education, healthcare, finance, government, manufacturing and more with access to the superior connectivity solutions that they require to succeed in today’s digital world.”
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