A new minority investment, an analytics upgrade, and some 400G:
Aligned Data Centers has lined up a new investor from the Middle East. Abu Dhabi’s Mubadala Investment Company has bought a minority position alongside the company’s existing owners at Macquarie. Aligned recently expanded into Latin America with the acquisition of ODATA, and it’s current footprint will hit 2.5GW over 40 facilities at full buildout.
Equinox has won an expanded partnership for its revenue protection technologies in the form of Zayo. Zayo is upgrading its managed voice and collaboration solutions with the latest iteration Equinox’s fraud management and data analytics. The upgrade builds upon a 4-year-old relationship.
And Neos Networks has rolled out some 400G. The UK fiber provider’s upgrade will start with 26 data centers across the country in August, with more PoPs added in the months ahead. Neos will offer 400G waves to meet bespoke customer requirements in the enterprise marketplace. Neos’ footprint today covers 90+ data centers and 676 PoPs.
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