FiberLight said yesterday that it has added the cloud to its bag of tricks. With the help of Cirracore, they have unveiled a cloud-based infrastructure-as-a-service offering aimed at the business continuity and disaster recovery market.
The initial deployments will be at 180 Peachtree in Atlanta and at 1950 N.Stemmons out in Dallas. Rollouts in FiberLight’s other main markets in DC and Florida will follow later on this year. Further product expansions like this could suggest a larger scope for FiberLight’s enterprise business.
FiberLight has been very busy out in Texas over the past couple years. That regional buildout looks even bigger on their network map than the 9,000+ route mile figure does on paper.
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appears someone is losing focus on their man business and what they are good at.. Stay away from the bright shiny object..