San Diego colocation and managed hosting provider Castle Access said Wednesday that it expcts to make additional investments in data center infrastructure and services after securing "multi-million dollar" equity financing. The company said additional details of the investment will be provided within the next 60 days. Piper Jaffray & Co. served as financial advisor to Castle Access on the transaction.
"As we look at growth in 2010 and beyond, we believe accelerating our opportunities in the data center and IT managed services is key to addressing our customers' needs in the market," said Mark Hopperton, CEO of Castle Access. "We look forward to increasing our data center footprint and providing innovative technology and solutions that bring value to our clients."
Castle Access offers colocation, managed services and a flexible suite of data center options accommodating all types of colocation requirements. The company operates two data centers in the San Diego market.