Peak 10 Acquires Kentucky Data Center
Peak 10 has acquired yet another data center. This one, located in Louisville, Kentucky, is a 33,000 square foot building that already serves more than 200 enterprise customers in the Louisville market, the company says. Financial terms associated with the acquisition were not disclosed.
This Peak 10’s second facility in the area, which includes potential manufacturing, logistics and healthcare customers. Roughly 30 percent of Peak 10’s top 50 customers compete within those vertical market industries.
Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., Peak 10 now has 16 data centers across the U.S. The company offers data center, connectivity and cloud services to more than 2,200 customers across 10 U.S. markets.
Data Center Buyers, Sellers
Data center-oriented mergers, acquisitions and asset sales have been common over the past year. Among the data center deals we tracked in 2016:
- Equinix acquired Verizon’s data centers for $3.6 billion;
- CenturyLink sold its data centers for $2.15 billion to multiple investors;
- LeaseWeb USA acquired seven cloud data centers in March; and
- Zayo purchased Stream Data Centers’ 36,000 square foot Dallas facility.
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