Posted By Rich Miller On June 6, 2007 @ 9:00 pm In Services | Comments Disabled
Wisconsin technology services company Berbee Information Networks Corp. looks like it will change hands as part of a private equity deal to acquire its parent company, CDW Corp. Madison Dearborn is offering to buy CDW Corp., of Vernon Hills, Ill., for $7.3 billion, or $87.75 per share.
Berbee, a Madison-based technology services company, is the anchor tenant in a 51,000 square foot data center project in Fitchburg, Wisc.  Berbee already has two data centers – one in Madison and one in Minneapolis – and employs more than 700 people in 11 Midwestern cities.
The sale of an anchor tenant can be an anxious moment for a data center developer. Berbee chief executive officer Paul Shain told the Wisconsin State Journal  that it expected no major strategic changes as a result of new ownership. “It’s really not going to impact Berbee operations at all,” Shain said.
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 data center project in Fitchburg, Wisc.: http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/2007/Mar/24/smaller_towns_seeking_data_centers.html
 Wisconsin State Journal: http://www.madison.com/wsj/home/biz/index.php?ntid=144188&ntpid=3
 Rich Miller: http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/author/richm/
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