Press Release

DALLAS – (July 21, 2015) – PEG Bandwidth, a leading provider of bandwidth and wireless infrastructure solutions, has acquired a 48-mile fiber network from W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc., a privately held, Newark, DE-based enterprise well known for GORE-TEX® fabric.

PEG Bandwidth operates a 15,000-route mile network throughout an 18-state footprint, including the Mid-Atlantic region.  The acquired network spans a geography covering Newark, DE to the north, Elkton, MD to the south and Fair Hill, MD to the west and was built with high-strand counts of fiber totaling almost 3,500 fiber miles.  There are 22 buildings on-net to the network including several data centers, enterprise buildings and government facilities.

“We look forward to leveraging the Gore fiber network with our existing fiber network to connect nearby businesses with major commercial data centers from Virginia to New York,” states Michael Friloux, President and Chief Executive Officer at PEG Bandwidth. “We intend to invest in this network to broaden the base of customers throughout this growing area who can use it.”

PEG Bandwidth will offer a suite of product offerings to customers in the area, including wavelengths, Ethernet and dark fiber.

To learn more about PEG Bandwidth, visit www.PEGBandwidth.com.

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