En route to acquiring more than 30 of its peers, fiber networker Zayo Group built up a large group of PE backers. The company and investors tapped the value of their equity Friday, Oct. 17, with a $400 million IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. The Boulder, Colo., outfit priced its stock at $19 per share, below the $21 to $24 per share that it had sought. The stock had a strong debut, however, and traded within its target range on Friday. Zayo Founder, Chairman and CEO, Dan Caruso, talks fiber consolidation, overseas expansion and PE exits with The Deal's Chris Nolter on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.