Acquires Altus IT, whose Zagreb colocation data center is a key nerve center of the region’s connectivity.
The San Francisco-based REIT becomes the second-largest data center provider in Europe.
The data center providers expect to complete the stock-for-stock deal in the first half of 2020.
Interxion’s move into the region suggests its meagre digital infrastructure may at last be seeing a start of meaningful investment.
The US data center giant's CFO says he's "befuddled" by unsatisfied Interxion investors' "chirping."
According to bankers, some of the company's largest investors think it can fetch a much higher premium.
While that’s true on a global basis, the deal would be a game changer in Europe.
If closed, the deal will make Digital Europe’s second-largest data center provider.
The European data center provider is a red-hot M&A target. Here's why.
Interxion has launched an encryption key management service called Key Guardian