South Reach Networks announced today the launch of its Metro and Long Haul Fiber connectivity and colocation business in Florida, beginning with the rebranding of assets from InterConnect Miami Data Centers (IMDC), the premier data center, colocation, and metro fiber network connectivity provider in South Florida. The rebrand also includes the appointment of telecom industry veteran Michael Sevret, as President. Jason Cohen, former CEO of IMDC will stay on board as Technical Director for South Reach Networks. Backed by the private equity firm, Turning Rock Partners, the launch of South Reach Networks follows the collaboration with Mr. Sevret, who will focus on growing the company and its connectivity throughout Florida.

“It’s great to be back in the telecom industry again, and most importantly, to be part of the transformation of IMDC into South Reach Networks,” comments Sevret. “I am honored to serve as President of the company and focus on building up its metro and long-haul fiber network business. In fact, I was drawn to this leadership role due to the owned fiber and existing massive footprint across Florida and the Latin American marketplace. With a region so well-positioned for success, I am excited to be part of the company’s ongoing growth strategy and really expand on this business, with the backing and support of Turning Rock, our private equity firm. Without Turning Rock’s focus on long-term investments in debt and equity securities of North American small and mid-capitalization businesses, South Reach Networks would not be where it is today.”

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