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Lightower has officially stated that the company had opened a New Jersey-based office as a response to the state's requirement for fiber and Ethernet-based services from both business customers and service providers.
Following the recent opening of offices in New York City and Boston, company’s new office is located at 101 Eisenhower Parkway in Roseland, N.J.
At present, the company provides fiber-based services to numerous data centers, business building and carrier hotels in eleven New Jersey cities: Piscataway, New Brunswick, Edison, Carteret, Morristown, Parsippany, Patterson, Newark, Westwood, Secaucus, and Hackensack.
A major customer segment of company’s New Jersey network and New York City serving area is the financial industry.
Lightower significantly extended its serving area in New Jersey and the New York City. Complementing company’s internal fiber network build outs in two regions, Lightower made two major acquisitions including Long Island-based Open Access and New York City-based Lexent Metro Connect.