WAYNESBORO, Va., Sept. 06, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lumos Networks Corp. (“Lumos Networks”) (NASDAQ:LMOS), a leading fiber-based infrastructure provider in the mid-Atlantic region, will attend the CAPRE Fifth Annual Washington, D.C. & Mid-Atlantic Data Center Summit, which will be held September 13-14, 2017.
CAPRE, a digital media and event company specializing in property-specific conferences, is the organizer of The National Data Center Summit Series. Since inception of the event in June of 2011, over 15,000 senior-level executives have attended and participated in their conferences webinars.
Lumos Networks is emerging as a leading provider of fiber-based data center connectivity in the Mid-Atlantic region, utilizing both Lit Services (including Ethernet and Wavelengths) and Dark Fiber. The Company’s acquisition of DC74, based in Charlotte, North Carolina, earlier in 2017 forms the foundation for the newly created business unit Lumos Data Centers. Lumos Networks currently connects 43 data centers with fiber across the entire footprint.
Roger Adamiak, Director of Strategic Sales for Lumos Networks, is hosting meetings to discuss Lumos’ substantial lit and dark advanced fiber connectivity solutions to data centers across its nearly 11,000 mile Mid-Atlantic fiber footprint. Lumos has particular focus on the Company’s unique & diverse fiber routes from the Virginia Beach undersea cable landing site into both Richmond and Ashburn, Virginia, the Data Center Capital of the World.
Please contact Roger Adamiak at (412) 963-7333 or adamiakr@LumosNet.com to arrange a meeting at CAPRE.
About Lumos Data Centers
Lumos Data Centers (LDC) is a newly formed business unit within Lumos Networks, focusing exclusively on data center services. LDC offers high availability services out of three data centers in Charlotte, NC servicing Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. The data center facilities are staffed 24/7/365, SSAE 16 SOC1 and SOC 2 Type II certified, and PCI DSS and HIPAA compliant. Enterprise services include Colocation, Infrastructure as a Service, Disaster Recovery as a Service, Storage as a Service, and Back Up and Recovery as a Service. LDC acts as a Carrier Hotel, with 12 of the largest carriers in Charlotte having fiber routes and / or Points of Presence (POP), allowing robust options for clients. With direct connectivity from the Lumos Networks and Spirit Communications fiber footprint, along with 12 options for connectivity, LDC is uniquely positioned to offer clients on-net data center and colocation services.
About the Combination of Spirit Communications and Lumos Networks
The combination of Spirit Communications and Lumos Networks creates a super-regional fiber bandwidth network with over 21,000 miles of fiber and more than 9,000 on-net locations across nine states in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast United States. The new entity offers a full range of Ethernet, MPLS, dark fiber, advanced voice and cloud services to thousands of carrier, enterprise, data center and government customers. The entity also connects 44 total data centers, including 12 co-location and data centers.