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Press Release -- March 15th, 2010
Source: FPL Fibernet
Tags: Colocation, Ethernet, Expansion, Metro Fiber, MPLS

FPL FIBERNET COMMITTED TO EXPANDING NETWORK AND BETTER SERVING ITS CUSTOMERS

Miami, FL (March 15, 2010) -- FPL FiberNet, an award-winning broadband provider, continues to expand its presence throughout most major metropolitan areas in Florida with its extensive longhaul and metro fiber-optic networks. In 2009, FPL FiberNet enhanced its network considerably by adding over 500 locations and hundreds of route miles in Florida and extended its footprint into a premier data center and interconnection hub in Atlanta.

“Data transport and connectivity needs for the business segment are growing dramatically. We will continue to invest in our network in order to better serve our customers growing requirements for diverse broadband transport” said Carmen Perez, FPL FiberNet president.

Investing in the network provides customers requiring access in and out of Florida a reliable, costeffective option. By enhancing our footprint and adding locations to FPL FiberNet’s roster of onnet buildings, data centers and colocation facilities, companies can expand their network connectivity and grow their business with a leading broadband provider, recognized as ‘best in class’ for its service and technology. FPL FiberNet is supporting its expansion efforts by strengthening its workforce in numbers and strategically aligning its personnel throughout its footprint ensuring that FPL FiberNet is there to serve the needs of customers.

FPL FiberNet provides broadband services to telecommunication providers, wireless carriers, ISPs, enterprise and government agencies. The robust network handles SONET/SDH transport as well as Ethernet and IP over a state-of-the-art MPLS infrastructure covering the state of Florida and Atlanta with approximately 4,000 route miles of high quality, high count fiber.

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