Fiber Solutions in the San Francisco Bay Area
In a technologically driven economy, a reliable, high-performing and fast network is everything. Whether you need to connect to the Central Business District (CBD), other metropolitan cities in California, or globally, our differentiated metro and long-haul fiber routes are a low-latency transport solution.
Accelerate your business functions for faster growth and productivity by designing and managing a fully-customized network. And when we say fully-customized, we mean it. Based on the needs of your organization, we will help you determine which major carrier hotels to connect through, or avoid altogether, because we are not reliant upon the long-haul points-of-presence (PoPs) in 55 Market, 11 Great Oaks, 200 Paul or PAIX buildings. Should you need to transverse the Bay, we’ve got you covered there too. Choose from our five unique crossing points:
- Richmond – San Rafael Bridge
- The Golden Gate Bridge
- San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge
- Dumbarton Bridge
- Transbay Tube (Bart Tunnel)
A network infrastructure that keeps up with the demands of tomorrow is increasingly important, especially as San Francisco dominates the technology sector and continuously attracts new businesses, startups and entrepreneurs.
With the acquisition of AboveNet & Electric Lightwave, our fiber network has expanded to deliver additional fiber bandwidth capabilities in the Bay Area.
We are continuously expanding our mobile infrastructure presence. With established connectivity to 565 small cells, our dense fiber footprint is well-positioned to provide backhaul to meet the demand for extended cellular frequency coverage and smart city capabilities in the Bay Area.
LONG-HAUL DARK FIBER
Leverage our unique, wholly-owned long-haul routes to connect north and south. Connect via a unique, low-latency route up and down the East Bay and to San Rafael, through Niles Canyon with a commodity route, or to Los Angeles through multiple network options.
DATA CENTER CONNECTIVITY
Zayo’s dense fiber network connects to 60 on-net data centers in the San Francisco Bay Area providing customers in the area with low-latency transport solutions.