The combined entity operates facilities in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York, serving about 1,000 customers with colocation, cloud and managed services across the region.
The companies assert they are in a position to offer regional enterprises a multiple data center service across the three states for better implementation of their disaster recovery plans and strategic business continuity.
“We believe the combination of Xand and Access Northeast creates an unrivaled regional service platform company intently focused upon the data center triple play colocation, cloud and managed services,” said Brian St. Jean of Boston-based ABRY Partners, a private equity investment firm that acquired Xand last October, in a statement. “We look forward to backing the newly formed company with additional resources for expansion and acquisitions.”
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