Metro dark fiber network provider, Bandwidth Infrastructure Group is expanding its high capacity, dark fiber, network within Douglas County, Georgia. To support new development and investment in the region, the company is working in partnership with the region. According to the announcement, Douglas County offers affordable land, a favorable business environment, and a qualified workforce near downtown Atlanta.
$3 billion investment in the last 5 years
Douglas County has emerged as a highly attractive area for data centers, with over $3 billion in investment over the last five years. Bandwidth IG’s new infrastructure offers diverse routes with high-capacity fiber to provide high levels of throughput and business continuity. Jim Nolte, CEO for Bandwidth IG said,
“Based on its merits, we can see Douglas County eventually being able to rival Loudon and Santa Clara counties for data center development. We have been working together with key members of the Economic Development team to transform policy, map out development and capacity, and share insights and opportunities with one another. Douglas County is a prime area that is ripe with new opportunities for growth and development and we are thrilled to be a part of its continued success.”
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