Expanding Our Global Communications Infrastructure

Last Monday, we announced an agreement to acquire Allstream, a Canadian business with more than 18,000 intercity and metro route miles across Canada. Allstream has metro fiber and colocation facilities concentrated in its top five markets – Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa and Calgary. Pending customary approvals, we expect the transaction to close in the first quarter of calendar year 2016.

3 Times Disaster Recovery Saved the Day: Pt II

This week, we’re continuing our three part blog series, 3 Times Disaster Recovery Saved the Day, where we explore real-life disaster recovery success stories. In addition, we’ll also be sharing all the details about Disaster Recovery, from start to finish, in our upcoming webinar – December 9.

3 Times Disaster Recovery Saved the Day

When it comes to IT news, we often focus on what goes wrong — from large-scale data breaches to power outages that cause massive downtime. What you don’t usually hear about is when things go right, and every day, successful disaster recovery planning keeps businesses running continuously even in the face of crisis.

Accelerating Capabilities for Our Global Customers

Last week, Zayo announced that we would acquire Viatel’s infrastructure business. Once the transaction closes, expected by year-end, it will significantly expand our international capability, extending the network that Zayo owns and operates into eight European countries. The acquisition will increase our global footprint by 8,394 kilometers — more than 5,200 miles.

The Future of Healthcare Includes Zayo

As healthcare is moving from a treatment-based model to a preventative, value-based one, more hospital networks are implementing new technologies to collaborate, diagnose and work toward more effective, patient-centered outcomes.

The Progressive Board Award

Earlier this month, we were honored to receive the Progressive Board Award from the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce in recognition of women on our board of directors. Our board is 30% women, which puts us in the top echelon of not just Colorado companies but of all public companies.

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