A South Carolina-based information technology company is continuing its Midwest expansion with the acquisition of a data center in Columbus. Immedion LLC says the purchase of the facility formerly operated by Data Cave will grow its geographic diversity.
Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed and a spokesperson for Immedion tells Inside INdiana Business no jobs are being affected by the deal. Immedion says previous Data Cave customers will have access to the company’s facilities and services.
The more than 86,000-square-foot facility was built in 2008 and serves customers in the Indianapolis, Bloomington, Louisville, Evansville and Cincinnati metro areas.
"Immedion is committed to providing our customers with high-touch support and the flexibility needed to manage their increasingly complex IT infrastructure," said Immedion Chief Executive Officer Frank Mobley. "With this acquisition, customers will have access to additional colocation resources, network connectivity options and geographic redundancies to meet their current and future needs."
Immedion says the acquisition marks eight data centers for the company in seven markets.