Data center facilitator Evocative has acquired co-location and data center company Cyberverse in order to boost their data center presence in the U.S. With this acquisition, Evocative will gain access to Cyberverse’s Los Angeles, Phoenix and Dallas co-location centers, adding 30,000 sq.feet of the facility to its existing assets.
According to Evocative, Cyberverse’s co-location center in Los Angeles will allow them to serve up and coming internet markets looking for pay-per-use co-location services. They further added that by entering into this market, Evocative will work with customers ranging from startups to large enterprises.
Speaking about the acquisition, Arman Khalili, CEO at Evocative commented:
Our primary goal as a trusted pay-per-use Internet services company is to listen to our clients and provide them the most effective solutions at fair prices.
We’ve known the Cyberverse team for years and shared the same passion for providing quality services and superior customer experience. We’d like to take this opportunity to welcome our new clients, employees and partners to the Evocative family.
Evocative say that this acquisition falls in line with their strategy of entering new markets and broadening the portfolio. They also said there are further acquisitions in the pipeline in order to strengthen them as a company.
As per Cyberverse, the cloud market in Los Angeles, Pheonix and Dallas is on the rise and partnering with a company that could help steer their vision made sense. Speaking about the acquisition, Jay Smith, Vice President at Cyberverse said:
I am thrilled with this acquisition and our new mission moving forward with the rest of the Evocative team. We share the same views on providing top notch, high availability colocation and hosting services, while still maintaining the personalized customer service and support that our clients have come to know over the last 25 years.
Industry analysts opine that Evocative, a fairly new and small player has adopted a sound strategy to pivot themselves in the data center market. It would be interesting to witness the acquisitions Evocative makes as the year unfolds.