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Infomart announces the sale of three data centers

Infomart, a wholesale carrier-neutral data center provider, announced the sale of three of its data centers and its management company to IPI Data Center Partners Management by ASB Real Estate Investments.

IPI Partners is an investor in data centers and other technology and connectivity-related real assets. Financial terms were not disclosed.

As part of the transaction, an affiliate of IPI Partners will acquire Infomart’s data centers in San Jose, California; Hillsboro, Oregon; and Ashburn, Virginia. 

Combined, the three data centers total 665,000 square feet with 27.2 megawatts of total in-place capacity and 29.7 megawatts of additional expansion potential. 

Infomart’s high-quality facilities in top locations have attracted a blue-chip list of global technology and enterprise tenants across the portfolio. 

In-place capacity, as well as expansion opportunities, will help enable the company to continue to grow with existing and new tenants.

Founded in 2006, Infomart Data Centers is an industry veteran in building, owning and operating efficient, cost-effective wholesale data centers. 

Each of its facilities meets the industry standards in all operational categories of availability, security, connectivity and physical resilience. 

Since the company’s inception, Infomart has demonstrated its commitment to environmental responsibility in designing and building energy-efficient and sustainable data centers for performance-driven organizations.

Infomart Data Centers offers connected wholesale and colocation facilities in Tier I markets.

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