Digital Realty company and European provider of carrier and cloud-neutral colocation data center solutions, Interxion announced Lamda Hellix acquisition. With the acquisition, Digital Realty will be able to access one of the region’s fastest-growing markets and a gateway to an increasingly important connectivity hub. Lamda Hellix, a carrier-neutral colocation and interconnection provider in Greece, offers cloud, colocation, and connectivity solutions. Its data center campus in Athens is Southeastern Europe’s largest and the most interconnected in Greece.
280 data centers across 24 countries
The acquisition of Lamda Hellix bolsters Interxion’s and Digital Realty’s global footprint, which includes more than 700 connectivity providers in over 280 data centers across 24 countries. Lamda Hellix’s two data centers hosting approximately two-thirds of Greek data center communities and with its headquarter in Athens, it serves as an emerging interconnection hub at the crossroads of Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. David Ruberg, Chief Executive, Interxion EMEA, said,
“We are thrilled to further expand our footprint in Southeastern Europe in support of our customers’ growth and their commitment to delivering technology and resources to create new opportunities for the people, government, and businesses of Greece. Lamda Hellix’s successful track record of delivering high-quality colocation solutions has produced robust growth and reflects the fundamentals of the opportunity in the region and the critical role Greece plays in the emerging global compute fabric. We believe a leading position in Greece offers significant opportunities for Interxion and Digital Realty, together with Lamda Hellix, to exploit their customer-first approach to their relationships with global cloud platform operators and enterprises to generate significant opportunities to expand the base of our combined businesses.”