FTTH services provider Southern Fibernet connects to Colo Atl data center

Colo Atl, which offers network-neutral colocation, data center, and interconnection services at its 55 Marietta Street facility in Atlanta, says that fiber to the home (FTTH) service provider Southern Fibernet Corp. (SFN) has added Colo Atl's facility to its network. Colo Atl says it has more than 80 network operators and services providers connected to its facility.

Colo Atl, which offers network-neutral colocation, data center, and interconnection services at its 55 Marietta Street facility in Atlanta, says that fiber to the home (FTTH) service provider Southern Fibernet Corp. (SFN) has added Colo Atl's facility to its network. Colo Atl says it has more than 80 network operators and services providers connected to its facility.

SFN uses its FTTH network to offer Internet access to residences and commercial customers in Metro Atlanta and throughout Central Georgia.

"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," explains Bryan Sumner, founder, president, and CEO of SFN. "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."

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. 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 Internet exchange (IX) services, including SDN peering, testing and implementation.

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