Rogers buys Atlantic Canada fibre/data centre operator

2 Dec 2015

Canadian quad-play operator Rogers Communications has acquired Internetworking Atlantic Inc (IAI), which it says will give it greater local expertise in the areas of cloud computing, data centre services, fibre networking and other services for large and small businesses in Atlantic Canada. The acquisition includes: IAI’s Halifax-based data centre (increasing Rogers’ national data centre footprint to 16 across the country); an extensive fibre footprint across Atlantic Canada; IAI’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) expertise; and regional IT/networking outsourcing capabilities.

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