Eurofiber has ended the year with four acquisitions, acquiring Eurafibre, ATE, Eura DC and Datacenter Nedzone. Terms of the deals were not disclosed.
Eurafibre, ATE and Eura DC provide fiber-optic, cloud solutions, managed services and server hosting services in France. Alex Goldblum, CEO of Eurofiber says: “These companies perfectly match our ambition for growth within Europe, especially because of their focus and their well-deserved reputation for high customer satisfaction.”
The acquired companies operate more than 2,000 kilometres of fiber-optic network, as well as two data centres. Their customers include 150 business parks and 200 locations.
Eurofiber subsidiary Dataplace also announced an acquisition of Netherlands-based Datacenter Nedzone. This is Dataplace’s fourth data center acquisition to date.
Eurofiber itself is a provider of fibreoptic networks and data centres in the Netherlands, Belgium and Northern France to the enterprise, government and non-profit sectors. Since 2000, it has built out over 33,000 kilometers of fiberoptic cable, expanding its network by over 40 kilometers per week on average.