Netrality Data Centers owns and operates six data centers in the major cities of Chicago, Kansas City, Houston, Philadelphia and St. Louis.
By Mark Haranas September 04, 2019, 11:51 AM EDT
In a move to expand its communications infrastructure footprint, Macquarie Infrastructure Partners IV has acquired Netrality Data Centers as 2019 is poised to break the record for the largest amount of data center M&A deals.
Netrality owns and operates six data centers in Chicago, Kansas City, Houston, Philadelphia and St. Louis, providing a mix of co-location and wholesale data center solutions.
“Netrality’s facilities represent a critical form of digital infrastructure,” said Karl Kuchel, CEO of Macquarie Infrastructure Partners IV, in a statement. “In addition to facilitating the operation of the public internet, the sites also allow companies to build direct private connections between networks, improving performance, reliability and security.”