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Wilcon Holdings LLC, also simply called Wilcon, is an American fiber-optic communications and telecommunications infrastructure company headquartered in Los Angeles, California. The company maintains a 3,000 route mile fiber optic network that connects Los Angeles to southern California cities such as San Diego, and provides services to enterprise customers such as universities, wireless carriers, and companies in media, healthcare, and financial services.

Founded in 1998 as Wilshire Connection and renamed Wilcon in 2011, Wilcon acquired the One Wilshire-based company IX2 in 2012, which was followed by an acquisition of the dark fiber provider Freedom Dark Fiber Networks in 2013. The integration of the three companies into Wilcon was completed in 2014, and shortly afterwards the Hispanic Executive claimed that Wilcon was "the largest privately held fiber optic network provider in Southern California." The company currently offers dark fiber, ethernet, colocation, direct internet access, and managed private optical connections.