Louisville Colorado-based Zayo Bandwidth reported a number of key initiatives and milestones for 2009. The regional provider of fiber-based bandwidth infrastructure, and a provider of carrier neutral colocation services announced the following:
Zayo Group's acquisition of FiberNet Telecom Group led to the addition of important bandwidth infrastructure and customers to Zayo Bandwidth's existing business, and the creation of Zayo Colocation, Inc. Zayo Bandwidth added or expanded service offerings materially in Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Ohio, Philadelphia, Tennessee, Texas and Washington. Zayo Bandwidth spent approximately $45M on network expansion in CY 2009, adding approximately 400 buildings to its fiber network, bringing total on-net buildings to approximately 2,160. Zayo Bandwidth maintained its focus on fiber to the tower expansion, adding over 250 new cellular towers to its network. Total towers served by year end numbered approximately 850. Zayo Bandwidth grew its carrier hotel, data center and central office facilities presence to approximately 150 facilities across their network.
As one of the largest and fastest growing providers of bandwidth infrastructure, Zayo Bandwidth currently boasts a unique 20,000 mile fiber optic network offering services in 131 markets spanning 23 states.
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