WAYNESBORO, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lumos Networks Corp. (“Lumos Networks”) (NASDAQ: LMOS), a leading fiber-based infrastructure provider in the mid-Atlantic region, will attend and host meetings at ITW, which will be held May 14-17, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois.
ITW is a leading meeting point for the global wholesale telecom community. In 2016, over 6,700 delegates, representing nearly 2,000 companies from over 140 countries attended the event.
The Lumos Networks Carrier Team will host meetings from May 14th-17th in the Hyatt Regency and Swissotel, at 151 East Wacker Drive, Chicago IL, meeting room MR-400. Please contact Roger Adamiak, Director of Strategic Sales at Lumos Networks, adamiakr@LumosNet.com or 412-963-7333 to arrange for a meeting.
Lumos will showcase its continually expanding dense fiber network of over 10,000 route miles, across 7 Mid-Atlantic states, with particular focus on the Company’s diverse fiber routes from the Va. Beach undersea cable landing site into both Richmond and Ashburn, Virginia, the Data Center Capital of the World.
Lumos Networks is a leading fiber-based service provider in the Mid-Atlantic region serving Carrier, Enterprise and Data Center customers, offering end-to-end connectivity in 25 markets in Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio and Kentucky. With a fiber network of 10,112 fiber route miles and 491,276 total fiber strand miles, Lumos Networks connects 1,304 unique Fiber to the Cell sites, 1,659 total FTTC connections, 36 data centers, including 7 company owned co-location facilities, 2,031 on-net buildings and nearly 3,400 total on-net locations. In 2016, Lumos Networks generated over $123 million in Data revenue over our fiber network. Detailed information about Lumos Networks is available at www.lumosnetworks.com.
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