24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network is re-launching its company under new ownership. The high-capacity transport and fiber network provider serving the Baltimore, Washington, D.C. metro and Delmarva Peninsula, has been purchased by GRI Fund L.P., a Baltimore based investment group.

24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network will use its existing fiber rich network to offer an extended line of services including metro dark fiber, wireless backhaul, last mile transport and carrier-neutral colocation. As a provider of dark fiber and high-capacity transport, the 24/7 network has over 500 route miles and 50,000 fiber miles. The company offers customized fiber solutions as well as carrier-neutral colocation for those in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. metro areas. Additionally, 24/7 provides interconnectivity and cross connects to Tier 1 and Tier 2 network providers at its carrier-neutral facility located in Baltimore.

Transition Consultant for 24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network, Gil Santaliz notes, “24/7 is committed to offering the same, continued quality of service to its customers while expanding its service capabilities. To remain competitive in today’s market, you must have connectivity to a reliable network provider and 24/7 has the existing fiber footprint to continue to meet its growing customers’ needs.”

Executives from 24/7 will be attending Metro Connect USA 2012 taking place February 28-29 in Miami, FL. To schedule a meeting with 24/7 at the conference, contact [email protected]. For more information on 24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network, visit www.247midatlantic.com.