FirstLight Somerville

70 Innerbelt Road

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0.00 miles CoreSite Somerville BO1
0.00 miles Internap Boston
Although Internap is a carrier, the company operates a "carrier neutral" data center. There are a half dozen networks in the site, plus more via the CoreSite Meet-Me-Room
0.01 miles AXCELX Somerville
0.10 miles Evocative Somerville BOS1
Datacenter built in 2009 and expanded in 2013 Two (2) Story structure
0.14 miles Cogent: Somerville
0.47 miles Tierpoint Charleston
Located on the Hood Park campus, TierPoint’s Charlestown data center is a short walk from the Sullivan Square MBTA station located near I-93.
0.62 miles Verizon: Cambridge 89 Fulkerson
Former XO Communications site
0.72 miles Level3 Boston (300 Bent)
1.03 miles Level3 Boston (1 Main)
1.81 miles Crown Castle One Summer
Markley One Sumer is the landlord for Lightower at this site.
1.81 miles DataBank BOS1
1.81 miles Verizon: One Summer
Markley One Sumer is the landlord for Verizon at this site.
1.84 miles Markley: One Summer Street
Markley's One Summer Street is Boston's carrier hotel. The building is the largest multi-tenant telecommunications facility in New England. Home to over 90 different carriers and network providers, One Summer offers clients unlimited bandwidth, high-density connectivity, unsurpassed infrastructure, abundant and reliable power, and true network diversity
1.84 miles Level3 Boston
2.00 miles Expedient Boston
4.21 miles Centersquare: Watertown BO1
Centersquare's cloud-enabled Watertown data center is located close to the center of Boston, and only 10 miles from Boston Logan International Airport. The facility was originally built in 2002 and then expanded in 2008 to add space, power, and cooling capacity.
8.80 miles 105 Cabot - Digital Realty
3 Story Structure Flood Zone: Outside 100 and 500 Year Flood Plain Seismic Zone 2A
8.82 miles 128 1ST - Digital Realty
Originally built by a telecom company in 2000, this facility has 13 MW of critical IT load that serves a total of 18 customers who are primarily internet based, financial services, and healthcare related companies.
9.54 miles 115 2nd - Digital Realty
Digital Realty full leased the building to a Triple Net tenant, Cyxtera BO3
9.54 miles Cyxtera Waltham BO3
1 Story Structure Raised Floor: 24"
9.68 miles Cyxtera Waltham BO2
1 Story structure Utility: NSTAR
9.70 miles Cyxtera Waltham BO1
Datacenter operational since in 1998. 2 story building Raised Floor: 12" Utility: NSTAR
9.70 miles 600 Winter - Digital Realty
Digital Realty full leased the building to a Triple Net tenant, Cyxtera BO1.
9.76 miles Equinix Boston BO1
9.95 miles 200 Quannapowitt
200 Quannapowitt Parkway is a 218,000 sq. ft. site that has 7 MW of power with expansion capacity of up to 12.5 MW. This two-story facility offers an ideal location for data center needs that require office space and/or Disaster Recovery. The building can support approximately 50,000 sq. ft. of raised floor and 25,000 sq. ft. of office space.
12.06 miles 55 Middlesex Turnpike - Digital Realty
1 Story structure Flood Zone: Outside 100 and 500 Year Flood Plain Seismic Zone 2A N+2 Cooling Plant Redundancy
13.59 miles EdgeConneX Boston
Customer work spaces are available Raised Floor: 30" EdgeConnex has rights to adjacent space to accommodate expansion.
13.94 miles Equinix Boston BO2
Equinix acquired BO2 as well as 28 other datacenters from Verizon in 2017. It was formerly named Verizon BOS1 Billerica. Constructed in 2001 Construction Type: Slab on grade, concrete
17.43 miles FirstLight Rockland
The site was acquired from ColoSpace in 2019.
19.91 miles Prov.net Boston North
Dedicated ½ Cabinet to Multi-cabinet Suites Diverse power feeds 750 KW Generator Redundant (A/B) Distribution

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FirstLight provides fiber optic data, Internet, data center, cloud, voice services and Advanced Technologies to enterprise & carrier customers in the Northeast.

Quick Facts:

  • Founded in 1999
  • Fiber Miles: ~415,000
  • Lit Locations: ~4,400 on-net and ~27,000 within close proximity
  • Exclusively owns and operates a fiber optic network and operates 10 data center/colocation facilities with 120,000 square feet

FirstLight History

1999

Tech Valley Communications (TVC) is founded to provide high quality, fiber-based communications services to customers throughout the Capital Region.

2000

TVC acquired GFC Communications. This transaction enhanced our suite of voice services and added a number of colleges and universities to our customer roster.

2002

TVC merges with Mid-Hudson Communications. This transaction provided additional fiber network throughout New York’s Capital region and the transaction enhanced our switching infrastructure.

2010

Riverside Partners acquired TVC, which provided TVC the necessary resources and support required to propel the organization’s growth.

2011

Tech Valley Communications acquired segTEL. This transaction added a fiber network in New Hampshire, Maine and into Vermont as well as a wholesale customer base.

2013

TVC acquired Vermont-based TelJet’s assets. This transaction added a dense fiber footprint throughout Vermont, a colocation facility in Burlington, VT, connectivity to New York City, Boston and an international presence in Montreal. The company becomes FirstLight Fiber.

2014

FirstLight acquired New Hampshire-based G4 Communications’ assets. This transaction added an impressive roster of customers and a colocation facility in Manchester, NH.

2016

FirstLight expands its fiber network into New York, adding more than 35,000 fiber miles in Westchester, Orange and Rockland counties. Also in 2016, FirstLight was acquired by Oak Hill Capital Partners. This acquisition will further accelerate Company’s growth. Oak Hill subsequently announces its intention to acquire Oxford Networks and Sovernet Communications. Upon the closing of both these transactions, they will be combined with FirstLight.

2017

FirstLight successfully combined operations with Oxford Networks and Sovernet Communications, and Oxford, Sovernet and ION Communications are now consolidated under the FirstLight brand. FirstLight also acquired Finger Lakes Technologies Group (“FLTG”), a subsidiary of Trumansburg Telephone Company (TTC) operating in New York and Pennsylvania; and 186 Communications, a high-capacity fiber network provider operating in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont. The FirstLight network grew considerably, expanding to connecting nearly 8,000 locations in service with more than 25,000 locations serviceable by its 14,000 route mile network.

2018

In July 2018, FirstLight became a portfolio company of Antin Infrastructure Partners.

2019

Acquired Maine Fiber Company for an undisclosed sum.

13 Facilities Owned
6 Markets Served
8.7 Megawatts
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