Center 7 Acquires Colo Provider Tier Four

In a deal combining Utah colocation providers, Center 7 Inc. has acquired Tier Four, the companies said today. Center 7 is also changing its name to C7 Data Centers Inc.

C7 has four data centers, including a new 10,500 square foot data center in Lindon, Utah. The deal adds facilities operated by Tier Four in Orem and Salt Lake City. C7 has plans to open additional green data center facilities in the south portion of Salt Lake County and northern Utah.

“Our new company name—C7 Data Centers—accompanied by corporate re-branding will better represent the company, its success, growth, and goals,” said Nathan Hatch, President and CEO of C7.

“Our environmentally friendly data centers will continue to provide customers the latest in virtualized dynamic computing, business continuance, data protection and monitoring technologies,” Hatch said. “While the name has changed, our customers and partners can be assured that we will continue to deliver the same reliable technology, service, and support that they’ve come to expect.”

“We at Tier Four are excited to join the C7 team to provide the industry’s best data center solutions,”said Erich Pletsch, former President of Tier Four. “I am thrilled to be a member of the C7 team. The company has great opportunities for growth and expansion in the marketplace.”

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Rich Miller is the founder and editor at large of Data Center Knowledge, and has been reporting on the data center sector since 2000. He has tracked the growing impact of high-density computing on the power and cooling of data centers, and the resulting push for improved energy efficiency in these facilities.

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