Regional telecom provider Hargray announced today that it has acquired three colocation facilities in the Southeast. The Hargray colocation acquisition is aimed at enabling the company to offer advanced data security and computer hardware storage to businesses across two southern states and parts of another: Georgia, South Carolina and northern Florida.

The company said that today’s purchase is part of the company’s commitment to support continued economic growth in these regions and that these facilities, combined with Hargray’s legacy facilities will provide improved access for remote and geographically redundant locations. Customers will be able to take advantage of additional structurally secure facilities, equipment racks, cooling, power, bandwidth, physical security.

Hargray Colocation Acquisition
“Many business leaders know us for our superior telecommunication services. We are now pleased to enhance another layer of our capabilities – colocation,” said Hargray Fiber’s vice president and general manager Randy Brogle, in a prepared statement. “We know how critical it is for businesses to back-up data and house additional hardware off-site, while having direct access when needed. Our colocation spaces do exactly that.”

Currently, the company’s co-location facilities serve the nation’s largest wireless carriers, healthcare, government and education concerns.

Just last week we reported that Hargray Communications had agreed to acquire the Alabama assets of USA Communications, which include areas in and around Pell City, AL. Terms of the Hargray USA Communications deal were not disclosed.

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