XO Communications expands network presence in Atlanta metropolitan area

Updated: January 05, 2011

Sep 16, 2010 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- XO Communications, a provider of advanced broadband communications services, has announced an expansion of its metro network presence in the Atlanta metropolitan market.

The expansion increases XO Communications reach across the northern and southern suburbs of Atlanta in Duluth, Tucker and East Point, establishes direct fiber access to two new data centers in Suwanee (Quality Technology Services) and Norcross (Sago Networks), and adds to the company's already extensive 170 route mile Atlanta metro fiber network.
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Josh Brant, general manager for Georgia and North Carolina markets at XO Communications, said: "We are very excited about expanding our network coverage across the Atlanta market. The Atlanta metropolitan area is home to many of the nation's largest corporations which operate across the metro area as well as nationally and internationally. With our extensive network reach and broad portfolio of services, XO Communications is uniquely positioned as the leading competitive alternative for businesses' communications and network needs."

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