Netrality remains focused on building out a national network of connectivity-rich carrier hotels in major metros, and has more resources to power that strategy after its acquisition by Macquarie Infrastructure Partners.
Macquarie Infrastructure Partners (MIP) has bought Netrality Data Centers, partnering with existing management, the companies confirmed today.
Bloomberg reports that infrastructure fund Macquarie is seeking a deal to buy a stake in Netrality Data Centers, which operates carrier hotels in major cities.
Smart cities promise to embed intelligence in urban environments, using fast wireless & digital services to improve the quality of life for residents. Data centers will be a key part of this vision.
Lincoln Rackhouse has acquired two data center in Northern Virginia from Netrality Properties, providing an entry point into one of the industry’s most active markets. The deal is part of a larger effort by Lincoln Rackhouse to build a national data center portfolio.
Netrality Properties continues to build its national network of carrier hotels, acquiring two Internet gateway properties in St. Louis from Digital Realty.
Carrier hotels and meet-me rooms are sexy again, with Netrality, Infomart and Telx reinforcing the enduring value proposition of wired real estate in major cities.