March 20, 2017

Liberty Center One acquires cloud provider Zimcom Internet Solutions

The companies say that they will join forces to provide solutions to customers looking for data protection and high availability service

Liberty Center One announced that it has acquired Zimcom Internet Solutions, a cloud solutions provider in Midwest, USA. Zimcom is based in Cincinnati, Ohio and is a provider of public and private cloud solutions, Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), backup & disaster recovery, enterprise storage, hosted desktops, and cloud VPS.

Zimcom says that it deploys high-end enterprise network equipment from industry leaders like Dell-EMC and Cisco in three diverse data centers in Ohio and Texas. Through the acquisition, Liberty Center One says that its Tier 3 data center in Royal Oak, USA, will be added to the grid to provide an even more robust solution to customers looking for data protection and high availability service as well as geographic diversity for disaster-proof redundancy.

Rex Smith, President of Liberty Center One, said:

We were initially attracted to Zimcom by their use of leading-edge cloud technology and enterprise-level infrastructure.

But we were even more impressed by their passion for customer service and partnership approach to business engagements which meshes well with our company’s culture.

Zimcom also announced that their two principals, Steve Searles and Jason Huebner, will remain with the organization following the acquisition. Searles will be VP, CTO and Huebner will be VP, General Manager of the Cincinnati office. Zimcom’s engineering and support staff will remain in Cincinnati.

Steve Searles, Vice President, Zimcom said:

We’ve invested heavily in enterprise level infrastructure and work with accomplished technology partners such as Veeam, VMware, Apache CloudStack, Citrix, and Microsoft, to name a few.

Using industry-leading assets and tools enables us to provide a reliable and trusted network for our customers.

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