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From Wikipedia: "Zayo Group is a privately held company based in Louisville, Colorado. The company is a national provider of fiber-based Bandwidth Infrastructure and carrier-neutral colocation products. Zayo serves wireline and wireless carriers, data centers, Internet content and services companies, high bandwidth enterprises as well as federal, state and local government agencies. Zayo’s network assets include over 61,000 route miles, connecting 208 markets across 7 countries and 45 states as well as Washington D.C.[1] Additionally, Zayo has approximately 9,900 buildings and 2,250 cell towers on-net, and over 200,000 square feet of colocation space.[2] Zayo’s primary customer segments include wireless, national carriers/ISPs and the public sector/enterprise. Zayo Group was established in 2007....Zayo Group was founded in 2007 by Dan Caruso and John Scarano. The company raised $225 million in private equity financing from five equity investors in 2007 and it secured $128 million in equity financing in 2009. Since 2007, Zayo Group has acquired over 17 businesses, including: Adesta Communications assets, AGL Networks, American Fiber Systems, CenturyTel markets, Citynet Fiber Network, Columbia Fiber Solutions, Fiber Works, FiberLink, FiberNet Telecom Group, Indiana Fiber Works, Memphis Networx, Northwest Telephone, NTI, Onvoy, PPL Telcom, VoicePipe, 360networks, MarquisNet, and AboveNet."


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