FiberLight Empowers Nextlink Internet Tower System Expansion

FiberLight, LLC, a fiber infrastructure provider with more than 20 years of construction experience building mission-critical, high-bandwidth networks, announces that it has been chosen as the lit network service provider of choice by Nextlink Internet across its Texas network, the company said.

Nextlink is one of the largest wireless Internet service providers (WISPs) in the United States. The company delivers high-speed Internet and voice services throughout the Southcentral US — including Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska with plans for 2020 expansion across Iowa and Illinois — to residential, business, K-12, higher learning and governmental agencies.

FiberLight, through collaboration with Ciena, now offers a Managed Dark Fiber Network (MDFN) solution that enables WISP and enterprise customers to enhance their capabilities with dark fiber as they grow their network, but without the extensive in-house IT or capital resources traditionally required to run such a network.

Dark fiber delivers augmented flexibility, cost-efficacy, control, scalability and agility with virtually unlimited bandwidth and on-demand control over capacity. FiberLight´s managed dark fiber solution enables companies to outsource the complexity of managing the network while still garnering the same advantages, leveraging flexible financing options and keeping in-house resources and personnel trained on core business goals.

FiberLight designs, builds and deploys mission-critical high bandwidth networks to ignite our client´s digital transformation. With 14,000 route miles of fiber networks and 78,000 pre-qualified near-net buildings, FiberLight operates in over 30 metropolitan areas in the US Our service portfolio includes high-capacity Ethernet and Wave Transport Services, Cloud Connect, Dedicated Internet Access, Dark Fiber and Wireless Backhaul serving domestic and international telecom companies, wireless, wireline, cable and cloud providers as well as key players across enterprise, government and education. For more information, visit