FiberLight Expands with Miami PoP

FiberLight LLC, a company with more than 20 years of experience in building and operating mission-critical, high-bandwidth networks, has expanded its service offering with a point of presence (PoP) in Miami’s NAP of the Americas.

FiberLight will deliver up to 10G private Ethernet service from the data center to connect customers from Central and South America to anywhere FiberLight has an on-net presence, including 184 data centers across FiberLight’s network.

FiberLight’s Ethernet portfolio and internet services from the Miami NAP of the Americas Data Center, located at 50 NE 9th St. in Miami, will serve as a pivotal landing point to facilitate connectivity between Central and South America and the United States.

It comes at a time when Latin America’s appetite for fiber networks has seen substantial growth.

FiberLight’s footprint originating from Miami will deliver high-speed connectivity and enable critical cross-border service across a wide network to facilitate trade.

“FiberLight’s PoP in the Miami market represents an important expansion of our service offering, and delivers 10G private Ethernet services into metro areas across the Southwest and Texas at competitive rates,” said Peter Gallagher, FiberLight’s Chief Operating Officer. “We’re excited to offer this cost-effective solution to carriers from Central and South America that use Miami as a cross-border data hub and want to extend their reach across FiberLight’s expansive network.”

FiberLight’s Miami expansion follows the company’s announcement in March that it was partnering with MDC Data Centers in Eagle Pass to deliver strategic cross-border connectivity between the United States and Mexico.

“Our ability to service the growing international Miami business center and capitalize on our existing infrastructure represents a significant step forward in FiberLight’s growth plan,” Gallagher added.

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