Zayo adds 5,000 fiber miles to San Diego fiber network

Zayo is giving its wholesale and retail customers in San Diego more options to connect as it expands its fiber network in the city by over 5,000 fiber miles. 

Zayo San Diego fiber

Zayo's planned construction (purple) will connect to existing metro fiber (blue) and via long-haul network (yellow) to other areas. (Source: Zayo Fiber Network Map)

The project, when completed, will provide more capacity on existing routes and extend its metro network reach into various nearby communities including Oceanside, Encinitas, Del Mar and Escondido.

In addition, the network will provide access to a number of the state's key service provider, healthcare, technology, energy and government locations. San Diego-based customers will have access to Zayo's broader 73,400 route mile national and international network that reaches into 283 markets for its suite of transport, IP, and colocation services.

This latest network expansion in California builds on its existing fiber networks it already has built in other major California cities such as San Francisco, Los Angeles and Sacramento.

The service provider could also use the new network capabilities in San Diego to support the buildout of its 100G wavelength service that it began offering along a new Seattle-to-Los Angeles fiber route in June.

For more:
- see the release

Related articles:
Zayo serves up U.S. West Coast 100G wavelength service
Zayo completes Anoka County, Minn., middle mile network
Zayo to provide fiber backbone for Chicago's Gigabit broadband project

Updated on July 17 with note that Zayo added 5,000 fiber miles. 

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