Netrality Buys 365 Data Centers’ Indianapolis Facility

Netrality Data Centers

The Indianapolis site of 365 Data Centers, which is located on the Indy Telcom property, has been acquired by Netrality Data Centers, a major privately held owner and operator of core interconnection facilities in the United States.

Netrality Data Centers will provide colocation services and direct connectivity to Midwest-IX as well as leading service providers including AT&T, Cogent Communications, Lumen, Crown Castle, Peerless Network, US Signal, Windstream, and Zayo.

“We are excited about the acquisition of 365 Data Centers’ colocation assets on the Indy Telcom Campus,” said Gerald M. Marshall, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Netrality Data Centers. “We look forward to collaborating with the established ecosystem of enterprise customers and strategic networks.”

Indy Telcom Center

Photo Gerald M. Marshall, CEO at Netrality Data Centers
“We are excited about the acquisition of 365 Data Centers’ colocation assets on the Indy Telcom Campus,” said Gerald M. Marshall, CEO at Netrality Data Centers.

In July 2021, Netrality Data Centers acquired Indy Telcom Center, a 205,000 square feet, 11-building campus dedicated to data centers tenants and fiber customers. Netrality shuttered 7801 Nieman Road in the Kansas City area later in 2021 to meet their clients’ growing capacity demands for edge and wholesale deployments.

Netrality Data Centers’ legal counsel was Kurtz & Revness, P.C. on this transaction, while Jeff Hardin served as special transaction counsel for 365 Data Centers.

Netrality Data Centers owns and maintains key linked data centers and Meet Me Rooms (MMRs) that offer a combination of colocation, powered shell, and wholesale data center solutions in fiber-dense, network-rich locations. Netrality’s eighteen locations in North America now cover 3.3 million square feet and have a total capacity of over 100 megawatts.

Netrality is one of the largest privately held owner-operators of core interconnection infrastructure in the United States, with a long-term investment from Macquarie Asset Management. Netrality buys core network interconnection data centers in key locations to fuel latency-sensitive enterprises, improve network resiliency, and assure always-on access to mission-critical applications.