Sago Networks selects Southern Telecom for fiber needs

JANUARY 8, 2008 -- Southern Telecom, a wholly owned subsidiary of Southern Co., says that Sago Networks will lease dark fiber from Southern Telecom to help expand Sago's operations and reach in Atlanta, Tampa, and Miami.

JANUARY 8, 2008 -- Southern Telecom, a wholly owned subsidiary of Southern Co., says that Sago Networks will lease dark fiber from Southern Telecom to help expand Sago's operations and reach in Atlanta, Tampa, and Miami.

Sago Networks, a service provider to high-data users such as ISPs and hospitals, has connected its Tampa and Miami data centers with its Atlanta data center via leased dark fiber from Southern Telecom. The added fiber provides Sago further access to a number of enterprise buildings and healthcare facilities where it has customers to deliver increased services and further grow its presence in Florida and Georgia.

"We chose Southern Telecom's dark fiber network to ensure the highest levels of reliability for our customers document security and to provide a robust network supporting our state-of-art data centers throughout the southeast," said Miller Cooper, president and CEO with Sago Networks. "This relationship is ideal for both companies and allows Sago to continue providing exceptional service to the healthcare industry throughout Florida and Georgia. Our customers are increasing their bandwidth needs each day as their business grows."

Southern Telecom offers long-haul/metro dark fiber, conduit, maintenance, and collocation services throughout the Southeast.

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