January 10, 2017

Peak 10 buys new data center in Louisville

The acquisition is a response to the growing IT requirements of Peak 10’s customer base

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This week, Peak 10, the IT infrastructure, connectivity and cloud services provider, announced the purchase of a new data center in Louisville, Unites States. The new facility spreads across more than 860,000 sq.ft. area.

The company claims that it serves more than 200 enterprise customers and their end users in the Louisville market and the new facility will mark Peak 10’s second facility in the area.

The company also announced that the acquisition will mark the seventh major expansion within Peak 10’s 10 geographic markets in the last two years. Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky and is home to a large number of companies in the manufacturing, logistics and health care industries. The addition of this new data center is a response to the demand and growing IT requirements of Peak 10’s customer base.

Chris Downie, CEO of Peak 10, said:

This purchase furthers a critical focus on data center expansions for Peak 10.

A key pillar of our strategy is continued investment in the success of our customers and we expect dynamic growth from existing and new customers in Louisville.

The company added that the new facility is located in a 33,000 sq.ft. building which is 18 miles east of Peak 10’s existing Louisville location. It contains sales offices, data center space, and a Technical Assistance Center that Peak 10 will integrate to meet its facility requirements.