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10 Data Center Companies You Need To Watch In 2023
Hyperscalers and enterprise data center growth is projected to continue to race higher as digital transformation drives demand for the bedrock technology.
Why you should watch: The up and comer just bought rival INAP, bagging 1 million square foot of space over nine data centers.
The San Jose, Calif.-based data center provider has been on an acquisition spree buying nine of INAP data centers in September. The acquisition brought the company’s total number of neutral Tier II and Tier III data centers in the US to 20 comprising more than 1 million square feet of space.
“Our team has built a leading infrastructure organization that has reached a new milestone with 20 carrier-neutral facilities to support our new and existing customers’ businesses,” Arman Khalili, Founder & CEO of Evocative said in a statement. “In addition to the facilities, we are very happy to welcome new team members from INAP to Evocative. Each of us plays an important role in providing our full suite of digital infrastructure solutions to our customers and we look forward to expanding our team.”
Evocative offers enterprise-class data center, bare metal, network, cloud and managed service solutions for its 68,000 servers strategically located across North America, Europe and Asia.
The company has said its goal for 2023 is to focus on its providing best-in-class IT infrastructure combined with a full suite of services wrapped around its solutions.