DLA Piper represents SummitIG in equity investment from Orix and Columbia Capital
DLA Piper has advised Dulles-based SummitIG in its equity investment from ORIX Ventures and Columbia Capital.
SummitIG, a custom network solutions and bandwidth infrastructure provider, will use the additional funding to expand its dark fibre network that will support the growing demand for broadband and cloud services in Northern Virginia.
The DLA Piper team representing SummitIG was led by corporate partner Eric Grossman and included partner Matthew VanderGoot and counsel Cara Hupprich (equity funding) in Northern Virginia; partner Richard Marks and associate James Adams (debt financing) in Washington DC; and Tonya Gauff (debt financing) in Chicago.
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