LOGIX Fiber Networks to connect fiber into Sabey Austin data center

Sept. 27, 2022
The link will provide tenants of the campus with access to LOGIX’s network of more than 295,000 fiber miles and connectivity to nearly 100 on-net data centers.

Texas-based fiber-optic network services provider LOGIX Fiber Networks says it has agreed to provide a network connection to Sabey Data Centers’ new Round Rock data center campus. The link will provide tenants of the campus with access to LOGIX’s network of more than 295,000 fiber miles and connectivity to nearly 100 on-net data centers.

Sabey recently began work on the facility and expects to complete construction by the end of 2023. "Sabey is excited to partner with a growing organization like LOGIX," said Mark Noonan, senior vice president of product development for Sabey Data Centers. "Their diverse connectivity options will play a critical role as we expand to meet our customers' requirements in Texas and around the country."

LOGIX recently announced that it has attracted $100 million in capital commitments for 5G growth initiatives and network evolution (see "LOGIX Fiber Networks receives $100 million funding for Texas fiber network growth"). “LOGIX is investing millions to grow our network in Central Texas and beyond, and this expansion is coming at the perfect time for our customers,” said Craig Collins, CEO at LOGIX. “As businesses are increasingly adopting the cloud, we are providing them with the agility and connectivity they need to grow their businesses. This agreement is a testament to our commitment to supporting our customers.”

LOGIX offers a variety of services on through its fiber network, including Business Voice, Business Internet, Business Ethernet, Business Wavelength, Business Voice Cloud, Business Voice Trunks, Data Centers, and Cloud Connect.

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