- Switched, dedicated, and VoIP-based voice services
- High-speed data services
- Wireless voice and data services
- Bundled voice and data services (local access, long distance, conferencing, internet, VPN, Ethernet, MPLS, etc.)
Lightyear’s position in the networking and telecommunications marketplace:
LTE / 4G Cellular – the next network evolution of wireless technology.
Broadband Wireless – the broadcast and capture of internet signal wirelessly.
Satellite – form of TV/content broadcast Paid Content – pay per view content.
IPTV – TV delivered via the Internet.
Cable Video – TV delivered over fixed coax cable wires.
VoIP – Voice over Internet Protocol
Non-Facility CLEC – resells Bell or other local phone service.
CIOC – Competitive Independent Operating Company
IOC – Independent Operating Company
RBOC – Regional Bell Operating Company
ISP – Internet Service Provider
Cable/Broadband Telephony – Voice and data services delivered via cable
BPL – Broadband service delivered over power lines
FTTH – Fiber to the Home
Fixed Wireless – Point to point or multipoint wireless internet service.
Fixed Network Operations – facility based access provider of services
Metro Ethernet – connects metropolitan area customers to internet
Note: Lightyear does not provide all of the above services at this time.
- Current (2011) Annual Revenue Run Rate: $76 million
- Customers: Approx. 70,000
Key company milestones:
- Predecessor company, UniDial, formed in 1993
- Name changed to Lightyear Communications in 2000
- Reorganized as Lightyear Network Solutions in 2004
- Streamlined operations in preparation for public market in 2009
- Added depth to management team and became a public company in February 2010
- Acquired SouthEast Telephone, Inc. in October 2010