Lightower Expands in New Jersey
By Craig Galbraith
July 29, 2014 - News
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Lightower Fiber Networks has opened a new office in Woodbridge, New Jersey, to support its sales and operations teams as the company continues to expand rapidly in the Garden State. 

Bandwidth consumption by enterprises and carriers in New Jersey is growing rapidly, driving demand for a robust suite of infrastructure and connectivity services.

“Opening this new Lightower office in Woodbridge is a direct reflection of the growing demand and need for high-capacity networking services in this area as well as the entire state," said Rob Shanahan, CEO of Lightower. “From this new location, our teams will deliver the next-generation, all-fiber networking solutions that are helping to fuel the growth of organizations in New Jersey."

Lightower has been rapidly growing its presence in New Jersey and New York City metro over the past several years. Earlier this month, the company earned authorized vendor status to the New Jersey state government. Lightower’s network offers customers end-to-end connectivity and fiber networking solutions to more than 7,500 service locations throughout its footprint, including the many data centers, financial exchanges, colocation centers and carrier hotels in the NY-NJ metro area. 

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