Bandwidth Infrastructure Group (Bandwidth IG), a metro dark fiber network provider in Northern California and Greater Atlanta, is extending its huge capacity, dark fiber network within the limits of Douglas County, Georgia. The dark fiber network provider is operating in partnership with the area to draw and encourage new development and investment in the region.
In order to ensure the highest levels of throughput and business continuity, Bandwidth IG is building out the new dark fiber network to offer diverse routes with high-capacity fiber.
Chris Pumphrey, Executive Director of Douglas County Economic Development Authority stated,
It is an honor to have associates of Bandwidth IG’s caliber who bring established industry expertise to Douglas County. Bandwidth IG’s investment in Douglas County plays a remarkable role in the economic growth of the region and contributes to the belief or trust that potential investors have in the market. With over 1,000 acres now accessible for future sites, infrastructure enhancements by our county and city leaders, and the chief partnerships we have in place with organizations like Bandwidth IG, Douglas County has accumulated national recognition as an emerging data center hub and we foresee continued extension in this sector.
Over $3 billion in investment in the last five years
In the last five years, Douglas County has invested over $3 billion and has emerged as one of the attractive areas for data centers to extend and invest. Douglas County would claim a minimal risk of natural disasters, highly available and robust connectivity, attractive state and local tax incentives, and ample and reliable energy with a cost of about 50% of the natural average.
Fiber networks established by Bandwidth IG are advantageous to the colocation business. Additionally, it offers a backbone for industries like finance, banking, and healthcare who can take advantage of this infrastructure and connectivity.
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