Ubiquity Acquires EdgePresence

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Ubiquity, a digital infrastructure investor based in Charlotte, NC, has acquired EdgePresence, a firm that specializes in the build-to-suit edge data center industry, supplying localized and scalable network compute solutions.

The value of the transaction was not disclosed.

Ubiquity’s offerings will be expanded as a result of the acquisition.

Edge Data Centers (EDCs) from EdgePresence are modular, purpose-built data centers that integrate vital power, monitoring, physical security, and cooling. EDCs provide far-edge functions, lowering latency and enhancing performance for network tenants in a highly secure facility that can be implemented in a matter of weeks, complementing Ubiquity’s existing digital infrastructure.

Ubiquity is a private digital infrastructure investment platform based in the United States that develops, acquires, and operates vital communications assets. Its extensive digital ecosystem and Infrastructure-as-a-Service business model provide communications solutions that promote smart, resource-efficient economic growth and development without forcing customers, including governments, to commit capital.

Ubiquity’s leadership team, led by Hugh Carspecken, edge industry thought leader, founder, and previous CEO, will support EdgePresence’s founder, Doug Recker, and its present team. Ubiquity Edge’s initial facilities are located in desired high-growth urban areas such as San Diego, Los Angeles, Dallas, Austin, Orlando, and Jacksonville, FL, and the company will be deploying more sites across the country to satisfy customer demand.

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