SyncGlobal Telecom Joins Colo Atl Tenant Roster
SyncGlobal Telecom is latest of several Fiber Network Alliance (FNA) Members to colocate in the Colo Atl facility.
Colo Atl has announced that SyncGlobal Telecom has selected Colo Atl’s downtown Atlanta facility for colocation and data center services. A Fiber Network Owner Alliance (FNA) member, SyncGlobal Telecom is a facility-based provider of local and long distance voice service, hosted IP PBX, high-speed Internet access, data transport services, private fiber connectivity — and soon residential services. SyncGlobal can now easily interconnect with tactical carrier partners; including other FNA members with no monthly recurring cross connect fees within the Colo Atl Meet-Me-Area (MMA).
“We are excited about the opportunity to interconnect and expand our reach throughout the southeast,” said Kyle P. Williamson, founder and CEO, at SyncGlobal. “The Colo Atl facility is home to one of the largest concentrations of telecommunication companies in the Southeast and we’re already establishing new partnerships within the facility. The deal is sweetened as the Colo Atl cross connect model makes interconnecting within Colo Atl’s MMA easy and affordable.”
SyncGlobal’s footprint covers West and Northwest George with routes between Tennessee and Atlanta. SyncGlobal’s footprint also covers parts of Anniston and Wedowee Alabama. The company’s local fiber routes extend connectivity to business-class customers throughout the cities and business districts along the SyncGlobal network. Interconnecting in the Colo Atl facility will significantly expand the SyncGlobal’s reach throughout the southeast.
“We are proud to welcome Kyle and SyncGlobal to the Colo Atl family,” states Tim Kiser, owner and founder, Colo Atl. “Like Colo Atl, SyncGlobal has a deep commitment to the communities, people and employees they serve. I’m honored to have to help facilitate new partnerships for SyncGlobal and looking forward to establishing a meaningful and long-lasting relationship with the SyncGlobal team.”