Colo Atl, the leading provider of network-neutral colocation, data center and interconnection solutions at 55 Marietta Street in Atlanta, GA, announces today thatSouthern Fibernet Corporation (SFN), a premier Southeast fiber optic Internet provider, has completed a fiber installation in Colo Atl’s facility in downtown Atlanta.
SFN, a communications technology company that provides via the SFN Network high speed, true fiber optic internet service to residential and commercial customers in Metro Atlanta and throughout Central Georgia, joins Colo Atl’s list of more than 80 network operators and service providers.
“Colo Atl is a well-known, highly regarded colocation facility that also happens to be our neighbor here at 55 Marietta Street in Atlanta. Aside from its exceptional data center services, Colo Atl offers invaluable access to a growing number of network operators and service providers and top-notch customer service that is hard to find elsewhere,” comments Bryan Sumner, Founder, President & CEO for Southern Fibernet. “Through its services and personalized attention to our colocation and interconnection needs, Colo Atl provides considerable support of SFN’s mission to bring light-speed, first-of-its-kind, fiber optic service to underserved area neighborhoods and businesses.”
“Colo Atl is proud to offer easy accessibility and our unique data center services to tenants, and neighbors, like SFN who are committed to improving connectivity through fiber optic technology in underserved regions here in the Southeast,” comments Tim Kiser, Owner and Founder of Colo Atl.
Founded in November 2001, the Colo Atl colocation and Meet Me Area (MMA) facility is located across the 5th and 8th floors of 55 Marietta Street in downtown Atlanta. Colo Atl is a reasonable, accommodating and cost-effective interconnection environment for more than 80 local, regional and global network operators. The Colo Atl facility is also home to the Georgia Technology Center (GTC), a test bed and live production facility for network communications equipment; and the Southeast Network Access Point (SNAP). SNAP provides next-generation Internet Exchange (IX) solutions, including SDN peering, testing and implementation.