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Cbeyond Adds to Cloud Footprint

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ATLANTA -- Cbeyond Inc. (Nasdaq:CBEY), the technology ally for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs), announced today the opening of its newest regional data center, located in Las Vegas, Nev., which is designed to optimize delivery of cloud services to SMB customers and channel partners in the western region of the U.S.

The facility doubles the size of Cbeyond's cloud data center infrastructure capacity, enhancing support for SMBs and managed services providers (MSPs) using Cbeyond's TotalCloud(R) Data Center platform, as well as its managed hosting and other cloud services. The data center location affords Cbeyond customers enhanced broadband connectivity through Cbeyond's dedicated network and through advanced, high speed near-net fiber networks provided by Cbeyond's tier-one network connectivity partners.

"Businesses and the IT providers that serve them desire proximity to the Cloud through a combination of advanced cloud services, high-speed network access and 24/7 support," said Tim Myers, chief information officer, Cbeyond. "Our new Las Vegas data center location offers state-of-the-art cloud computing and storage, and strong backbone network presence, in a secure, stable environment that is optimal for serving the Western Region."

Cbeyond Communications (Nasdaq: CBEY)

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2/27/2014 | 12:50:41 PM
Interesting timing
There has been speculation in the last couple months that Cebyond has been preparing itself for acquisition by a bigger player.
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