Greenville-Based Immedion Expands In Midwest
Jun 04, 2018 02:45PM ● Published by Kathleen Maris
Immedion LLC, a provider of IT infrastructure solutions including Cloud, co-location, and managed IT services, announced its further expansion in the Midwest region through the acquisition of a data center in Columbus, Ind. Formerly operated by Data Cave, this 86,400-square-foot facility brings an added layer of geographic diversity to both companies and offers previous Data Cave customers access to Immedion’s enterprise-co-location facilities and full suite of high performance Cloud services. This acquisition brings Immedion to eight data centers located in seven markets.
“Immedion is committed to providing our customers with high-touch support and the flexibility needed to manage their increasingly complex IT infrastructure,” said Immedion CEO Frank Mobley. “With this acquisition, customers will have access to additional co-location resources, network connectivity options, and geographic redundancies to meet their current and future needs.”
Established in 2008, Data Cave’s state of the art facility is located in Columbus, Ind. to serve customers in the Indianapolis, Bloomington, Louisville, Evansville, and Cincinnati metro areas. The SSAE-16 SOC 2 and SOC 3 Type II audited facility features 28 private, independent data suites with dedicated HVAC, fire suppression, and electrical distribution systems in each suite. To deliver the highest levels of uptime, the data center includes a 200+ mph (EF5 tornado) wind rating, card and biometric access controls, fenced perimeter gated entrance, dual fed power, multiple fiber providers with diverse connectivity paths, and a designated ‘business continuity’ workspace that can accommodate up to 240 people.
“Immedion is dedicated to delivering the highest levels of uptime and infrastructure performance,” said Rob Moser, Immedion president and COO. “This facility meets our stringent requirements and has a proven 8-year track record of delivering 100 percent uptime.”
Five 9s Digital served as the marketing and advisory firm representing Data Cave in the transaction.