Zayo Group

Zayo Group

Headquartered in Louisville, Colorado, Zayo Group is a global provider of dark and lit fiber, IP services, and carrier-neutral colocation and interconnection. The Zayo network serves 218 markets in seven countries and 45 states, plus Washington D.C. Our 68,500 route miles of optical fiber connects metro locations in and between one of the industry’s largest footprints of Tier 1-5 cities.

Zayo Services

Zayo’s bandwidth infrastructure services are used by wireless and wireline carriers, media and content companies, governments, and high-bandwidth enterprises, like healthcare, education, financial services, logistics, technology, and numerous other industries.

  • Dark Fiber: leveraging existing Zayo fiber assets and organic construction
  • Wavelengths: scalable WDM transport
  • Private Line: protected, dedicated connection for data, video and voice
  • Ethernet: MEF-Certified Ethernet product portfolio
  • IP Services: IP Transit, Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), IP-VPNCarrier-Neutral Colocation and Interconnection: dedicated facilities to house equipment and connect to external networks
  • Mobile Infrastructure: Small Cells and Distributed Antenna Infrastructure Systems (DAS), Tower Backhaul and MSC Connectivity Solutions

 

Zayo Metro Markets & Fiber Maps

Akron Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Albuquerque Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Allentown-Bethlehem Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Amarillo Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Ann Arbor Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Atlanta Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Austin Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Baltimore, MD Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Baltimore County, MD Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Birmingham Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Boise Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Boston Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Charlotte Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Chicago Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Cincinnati Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Cleveland Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Coeur d’Alene Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Colorado Springs Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Columbus Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Dallas Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Denver Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Fort Wayne Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Harrisburg Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Houstin Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Indianapolis Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Johnson City, TN Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Kansas City, MO Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Lancaster Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Lansing Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Las Vegas Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Los Angeles Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Louisville, KY Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Lubbock Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Memphis Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Miami Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Minneapolis Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Morgantown, WV Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Nashville Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
New York City Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Philadelphia Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Phoenix Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Portland Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Reading Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Reno Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Richmond Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Salt Lake City Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
San Antonio Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
San Diego Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
San Francisco Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
San Jose Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Scranton/Wilkes Barre Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Seattle Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Spokane Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Stamford Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Toledo Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Tucson Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Washington, D.C. Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Williamsport, PA Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
Williamton Metro Fiber Network (pdf)
York, PA Metro Fiber Network (pdf)

 

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