Connecting with Bandwidth IG: Why We Love Atlanta

Atlanta dark fiber

Bandwidth IG’s Greater Atlanta network offers 43 route miles and 75,000 fiber miles. It reaches 16 major data centers and represents more than 380 megawatts of IT load.

The Atlanta data center market continues to be an attractive location for companies from the financial, healthcare, insurance, and technology industries to set up data centers and colocation facilities.  The market boasts a favorable business climate, competitive power costs, low risk of natural disasters, highly available and robust connectivity, among other great benefits.

In fact, did you know that Atlanta…

  • Represents the 6th largest data center region in North America?
  • Has the 3rd largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies?
  • Is nicknamed “Transaction Alley” due to the large number of FinTech businesses in the area?
  • Is home to the processing of 70% of all electronic payments?

At Bandwidth IG, we’re providing enterprises with advanced dark fiber networks to support their bandwidth needs today and to easily scale for future growth. Our greater Atlanta network covers 43 route miles, 75,000 fiber miles, and reaches 16 major data centers representing over 380 MW of IT load. The Bandwidth IG team works with most major data centers in the area and is on-net with QTS, EdgeConnex, ColoATL, Equinix, Cyxtera, Digital Realty and more.

Bandwidth IG’s Atlanta Dark Fiber Expertise

The team of industry experts at Bandwidth IG recognizes the need for high capacity, strategic, dark fiber networks that deliver large fiber counts, diversity and low latency along with economies of scale.  We deliberately built the Bandwidth IG networks to allow us to offer our customers quality networks for a better value than competitors. The networks are brand new, 100% underground and are intentionally placed to ensure minimal overlap with competitor networks.

Data Center growth is projected to continue across the metro area, as witnessed by the new projects being unveiled on ‘Data Hill’ in Douglas County.  To support that growth, Bandwidth IG teams are working closely with data center operators to strategically place our high-count fiber optic networks. And given the bandwidth demands of today’s data-intensive businesses, Bandwidth IG should be in the best position to help enterprises leverage the power of future digital advancements.

To find out more about the Bandwidth IG metro dark fiber network availability in Atlanta download our data sheet here.


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