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Cogent Communications

                   
Cogent Communications Group, Inc.
Type Public
Traded as NASDAQCCOI
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 1999
Headquarters Washington, D.C., USA
Key people Dave Schaeffer Founder/President/CEO
Revenue $305.5 million USD (2011)
Operating income $5.9 million USD (2010)
Net income $2.6 million USD (2010)
Employees 630 (June, 2012)
Website www.cogentco.com
Primary ASN: 174

Cogent Communications is a multinational internet service provider. Cogent's primary service offering consists of Internet access and data transport, offered on fiber optic, IP data-only network, along with colocation in data centers.

Cogent's AS (174) has one of the highest-ranked connectivity degrees on the Internet.[1][2]

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  Acquisition history

Cogent was founded in 1999 at the peak of the industry's growth. In three years, Cogent acquired 13 other carriers, purchasing $14 billion in capital for $60 million, including $4 billion worth of Property, Plant and Equipment.[3]

September 2001 - Acquires the assets of NetRail
February 2002 - Acquires Allied Riser
April 2002 - Acquires Building Access Agreements from OnSite Access
April 2002 - Acquires Major US Assets of PSINet
September 2002 - Acquires Major Assets of FiberCity Networks
February 2003 - Acquires Fiber Network Solutions
May 2003 - Acquires Assets of Applied Theory
January 2004 - Acquires LambdaNet France & Spain
March 2004 - Acquires Fiber Network and Equipment in Germany Out of Former Carrier1 Assets
September 2004 - Acquires Global Access
October 2004 - Acquires Aleron Broadband
December 2004 - Acquires NTT/Verio Dedicated Access Business in U.S.

  Overview

Cogent offers Dedicated Internet Access,Ethernet Point-to-Point and Colocation Services to Enterprise customers, Carrier & Service Providers and Application & Content Providers.

Cogent Communications currently has over 30,750 customer connections. They service over 175 markets in 32 countries. Cogent services over 1,765 On-Net buildings. Cogent interconnects with over 3,940 other networks. They have 43 Cogent Data Centers and are in over 550 carrier neutral data centers.Cogent's AS (174) has one of the highest-ranked connectivity degrees on the Internet.[4][5]


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