Colo Atl, an American Tower company, is the leading provider of carrier-neutral colocation, data center and interconnection solutions at 55 Marietta Street in the global telecom hub of Atlanta, Georgia. Colo Atl provides superior carrier-neutral colocation, data center and interconnection services at an affordable rate.
Colo Atl offers:
& interconnection services
No monthly recurring charges for cross connects
between Colo Atl tenants
and personal attention
Colo Atl Overview
Established in November 2001
Colo Atl was established in November 2001 by Tim Kiser in Atlanta, Georgia, one of the top colocation hubs in the United States. Focused on a “customer first” philosophy, Mr. Kiser envisioned a fully functional colocation facility and Meet-Me-Room (MMR) that would allow tenants to cross-connect – with no monthly recurring cross connect fees – within the space and offer a conduit for companies to network with other carriers within the facility.
In 2012, Colo Atl formed the Southeast Network Access Point (SNAP) in response to industry demand for advanced IX global peering technologies; and The Georgia Technology Center (GTC), a live laboratory for network equipment vendors to highlight their optical and electrical hardware and operating systems.
In 2015, Colo Atl expanded by an additional 6,400 square feet in response to the company’s growth and tenant demand.
In 2016, Colo Atl was named Best Colocation & Data Center – Georgia – by Technology Media Telecom (TMT) News. Colo Atl was selected for its dedication, hard work and focus on customer satisfaction.
In 2017, Colo Atl completed a 10,000-square-foot (sf) expansion on the fifth floor of its facility.
The 10,000sf build-out offered tenants increased colocation and data center space, and many new amenities.
In 2019, Colo Atl was acquired by American Tower, making it one of the earliest and most notable pairings between a data center company and wireless infrastructure company. The partnership provides Colo Atl customers with even more business opportunities by enabling greater possibilities for edge computing.