The list of the largest data center deals of all time has been remade with a flurry of M&A, including the acquisition of Switch by DigitalBridge and IFM. Here’s a look at the billion-dollar deals and the trends behind them.
CyrusOne aims to be “the sky for the cloud” and is building massive data halls to reach that goal. They focus on quickly building hyperscale data centers to meet the growing data needs of enterprise cloud services and IoT.
Headquarters: Dallas, TX
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CyrusOne CEO Dave Ferdman says the company will look to accelerate growth under its new owners, investment firms KKR and GIP. Going private will allow CyrusOne to invest for the long term, and seek “strategic scale” in large markets to provide runway for customer growth.
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Data center developer CyrusOne is now a private company after completing its $15 billion sale to investment firms KKR and Global Infrastructure Partners. Here’s a look at what the deal means for CyrusOne and the data center industry.
DataBank has agreed to purchase four data centers in Houston from CyrusOne for $670 million, the company said today. The divestiture of assets comes as CyrusOne prepares for its planned $15 billion acquisition by KKR and Global Infrastructure Partners.
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Data center operators have employed a variety of strategies to navigate supply chain pressures and line up equipment for construction projects. A dozen data center C-suite executives provide insights on the supply chain challenge and the industry’s response.
Investment giants KKR and Global Infrastructure Partners will acquire data center developer CyrusOne for $15 billion, taking the company private in the largest M&A deal in the history of the data center sector.
Amid market speculation about a possible acquisition, the leadership of data center developer CyrusOne says it is “open-minded” about options for a sale or partnership, but remains focused on operating its business.