AT&T has “good coverage for larger networks,” Bradley said. Earlier this summer, AT&T agreed to sell 31 data centers, comprising its data-center colocation business, to Brookfield Infrastructure Partners for $1.1 billion. Brookfield will use the assets to launch a new wholly owned global colocation business. AT&T will continue offering colocation – often packaged with other services – to its enterprise clients, but the colocation provider will be Brookfield.
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