National Infrastructure Connectivity Provider Lightpath Partners with DataVerge in NYC to Support Rapid Expansion Efforts

DataVerge, owner and operator of the only carrier-neutral interconnection facility in Brooklyn and partner to carriers, network operators and enterprise IT in the NYC region, has announced a partnership with Lightpath

, an end-to-end all-fiber network in the New York Metro region. This collaboration will allow both companies to expand their reach and offer amplified and enhanced connectivity to customers while increasing access, provider options and affordability to NYC-based businesses and residents.

DataVerge offers direct access to dark fiber, metro, and long-haul transport providers. Lightpath provides cross-connects to DataVerge’s Meet-Me Rooms, integrating and expanding both ecosystems. The Lightpath Network consists of over 20,000 route miles of fiber and connects at over 75 data centers, providing connectivity to more than 13,500 service locations throughout the country. 

Despite being the fastest-growing region in the tri-state area, Brooklyn has traditionally been one of the most underserved network infrastructure markets. As the sole meeting point for connectivity at Industry City (the largest interconnected campus in the U.S.), DataVerge is a critical ecosystem partner in Brooklyn, providing flexibility in fiber network connections and more diversity in providers. In turn, this helps build a stronger and more prosperous local and digital economy in the area.


Increasing and enhancing connectivity in NYC’s most populous borough is also great news for MSPs and the channel, as the growing ecosystem will open up significant channel opportunities in the region.

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