Bell Canada Buys Q9 Networks for $1.1 Billion

The interior of a Q9 Networks data center. The Toronto-based provider is being acquired by Bell Canada and a team of investors.

Bell Canada is partnering with a group of investors to buy data center provider Q9 Networks for $1.1 billion ($1.06 billion US), the company said today. It’s the latest in a series of deals in which telcos have bought up data center companies to expand into the growing market for cloud computing services. Read More

Roundup: IO, Peak 10, Interxion, AIS

IO New Jersey selected by KnowledgeCentrix, Peak 10 selected by Cloudstar for cloud and storage solutions, Interxion (INXN) awarded Uptime’s M&O Stamp of Approval, AIS completes SSAE SOC 1 and 2 exams. Read More

Cequel Data Centers Acquires TierPoint

Cequel Data Centers continues to grow through acquisitions. This week the company announced the acquisition of TierPoint, a regional provider of colocation and cloud computing services in the Pacific Northwest. Read More

Cologix Buys Minnesota Gateway

Colocation and interconnection provider Cologix has continued its expansion with the acquisition of Minnesota’s leading network neutral colocation provider, The Minnesota Gateway. Read More

Cologix Expands Operations in Toronto

The exterior of 905 King in Toronto, where Cologix is building a new data center. (Photo: Cologix)

Cologix is expanding its footprint in Toronto, a key hub in its network of colocation and nterconenction facilities. Cologix said Tuesday that it is building 20,000 square feet of space at 905 King Street West, Toronto’s newest interconnection center. Read More

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