CAPRE’s Data Center Round Up for September 5, 2019

Check out the latest in deals, development and disruptive technology in the data center industry for September 5, 2019 Macquarie Affiliate May Take Majority Stake in Netrality Data Centers: An infrastructure-focused affiliate of Macquarie Group may acquire a majority stake in Netrality Data Centers, an owner and operator of midwestern data centers, according to people with knowledge of the matter. While negotiations are still private, a deal could be reached in the coming weeks (though sources are also cautioning that nothing is set in stone). Netrality has been ranked as one of the "Top 10 Colocation Data Center companies in North America" by Cloudscene.  Netrality's colocation data centers are located in Chicago, Houston, Kansas City, Philadelphia, and St. Louis. INAP Announces Multi-Year Expanded Bare Metal Environment for Multinational B2B Search Technology Company: Internap Corporation has announced an expansion of its bare metal environment. A customer as of 2018, the company continues to grow its footprint with INAP based on the service provider's high-performance, scalable bare metal and network services, which will exclusively support the search and discovery firm's premium service tier.  The hosted solution will be expanded at INAP's flagship data centers in the New York and Silicon Valley metros, and will be added to INAP's Dallas and Montreal data centers already supporting the customer's mission. INAP's bare metal platform is a single-tenant hosting solution built on the latest enterprise-grade hardware. API enabled services provide for rapid configuration and customization,…