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M/C partnered with management to form CoreLink Data Centers LLC ("CDC") in late 2007 to pursue the long-term trend of outsourcing information technology to managed services data centers. Corelink focuses on identifying and acquiring colocation opportunities in geographical markets that have high growth potential and are currently underserved. To date, CDC acquired datacenter assets in Seattle and Phoenix.
GTS CE is an innovative and expanding operator and has grown significantly in recent years through the constant addition of new customers, increased business with existing customers and the acquisition of other operators within the region – indeed our ability to do this underpins the very real strength of our strategy, services and customer satisfaction when compared to rival companies. For example, GTS CE acquired operators such as Contactel, Nextra and Telenor Networks, all of whom had been operating within the CEE marketplace and in competition with GTS.
With core expertise in all aspects of site deployment, we deliver turnkey access to over 350 communications towers, over two million electric distribution poles, existing multi-carrier DAS networks and more than 525 sub-station locations where we can build towers.
Leading online media company focused on the celebrity entertainment and music verticals.
Zayo Bandwidth was formed in 2006 to provide bandwidth services to carriers, web-centric companies, public institutions and enterprises. Zayo, a wholly owned subsidiary of Communications Infrastructure Investments, LLC (CII), owns and operates fiber optic networks in various regions of the United States. Zayo's mission is to be a highly reliable and responsive bandwidth provider in those geographies where it has fiber networks.