Lightower to Discuss Government Network Solutions at New York City Technology Forum

Lightower’s all-fiber network services offer resilient, high-capacity options to government entities

BOXBOROUGH, MA — November 13, 2014 — Lightower Fiber Networks, the premier provider of custom, high-capacity network services that ensure optimal application and business performance, announced its participation in the New York City Technology Forum, to be held Nov. 13 to 14 at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge in Brooklyn, NY. The event is organized by Government Technology and gathers public- and private-sector leaders to share best practices and spur innovation in the public sector. A variety of local government managers and executives will attend the event.

Lightower offers government entities a complete suite of fiber networking and access services, including Ethernet and wavelengths up to 100G, dark fiber, private networks, Internet access, data center connectivity, video transport and colocation. With more than 20,000 route miles of fiber providing access to over 8,500 service locations, Lightower offers the most routes and most access throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Chicago metro area.

Lightower is approved to sell networking solutions to New York government groups through its Office of General Services (OGS) approval as well as through OFT NYeNet Access Services. For details on Lightower’s New York State contract vehicles and qualifying network services, please visit the Lightower web site and the Government Solutions page.

Lightower has a long history of successfully designing and delivering high performance networking solutions for government agencies, quasi-government groups, and educational institutions. In addition to New York, Lightower currently holds similar networking services contracts with the states of New Jersey and Massachusetts.

To meet with Lightower at the New York City Technology Forum, please email info@lightower.com. To learn more about Lightower, visit www.lightower.com.

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