Infomart Sells Three Data Center Facilities To Investment Firm


Infomart Data Centers is selling three of its data centers to investment firm IPI Data Center Partners Management, as Infomart continues to sell off its facilities.

Dallas-based Infomart, a national wholesale carrier-neutral data center provider named to CRN's 2017 Data Center 100, is selling its centers located in San Jose, Calif., Hillsboro, Ore., and Ashburn, Va. The three data centers total 665,000 square feet with 27.2 megawatts of total capacity.

San Francisco-based IPI Partners is an investor in data centers and other technology management assets. The firm will also acquire Infomart's management company, according to a release.

[Related: Data Center Powerhouse Equinix To Acquire Infomart Dallas For $800 Million]

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Infomart did not respond to a request for comment by press time.

Last month, Infomart sold its Dallas-based data center to the world's largest data center operator, Equinix, for $800 million. Equinix bought all of Infomart's Dallas operations and tenants in a move to strengthen its global platform.

In December, The Wall Street Journal reported that Infomart's financial backers were exploring a sale. Infomart was founded in 2006 and is owned by ASB Real Estate Investments, a $7.2 billion private real estate investment trust.