Private Equity-Backed Investment Group Buys 16 Equinix Data Centers
The sellers data centers aim to create networks that connect companies to their customers
An investment group consisting of 365 Main, Crosslink Capital, Housatonic Partners and Brightwood Capital has purchased 16 of Equinix’s (Nasdaq: EQIX) U.S. data center facilities for an undisclosed amount.
Equinix’s data centers aim to create networks that connect companies to their customers and partners.
365 Main, headquartered in San Francisco, also operates data facilities. San Francisco's Crosslink, Boston's Housatonic and New York's Brightwood, are private equity firms.
Paul Hastings LLP represented 365 Main on the deal.