Lifeline Data Centers’ 733 West Henry colocation data center on the Indy Telcom complex has been acquired by Netrality Data Centers, one of the biggest privately held owners and operators of key interconnection facilities in the U.S.
In addition to extending connectivity services to include easy access to the meet me room (MMR) in Netrality’s 701 West Henry data center, Netrality will continue to provide colocation services within the 30,000 SF 733 West Henry facility. Colocation clients in any location may now take use of the rich ecosystem of service providers spread out across Netrality’s site in Indianapolis thanks to the improved offering.
This acquisition would make it possible for clients in 701 West Henry to connect to a wide range of new service providers, such as Hurricane Electric, Midwest-IX, Consolidated Communications, Everstream, Frontier Communications, and others.
Indy Telcom Center, 365 Data Centers
“We are thrilled to acquire Lifeline’s colocation assets within Indy Telcom Center,” said Gerald M. Marshall, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Netrality Data Centers. “Netrality is committed to the long-term growth and enhancement of our campus. We will continue to invest and upgrade the facility to ensure that we meet the evolving needs of our clients.”
The Indy Telcom Center was acquired by Netrality in July 2021. It’s a 205,000 square foot, 11-building campus dedicated to data center colocation clients. The firm expanded further on the facility in April 2022 when it bought the assets of 365 Data Centers.
Netrality Data Centers received legal advice from Kurtz & Revness, while Lifeline’s lawyers were Taft Stettinius & Hollister.