Involta Rebrands as Ark Data Centers

The company said as part of its growth plan, Ark's roadmap contains several soon-to-be-announced projects in emerging edge markets.

Highlights

  • Ark Data Centers continues to offer edge, colocation, and cloud services.
  • Infrastructure expansion aims to support enterprise and hyperscale edge capacity.
  • Launch of arkdna website reflects the company's commitment to innovation.

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Involta Rebrands as Ark Data Centers
US colocation firm Involta has rebranded to Ark Data Centers in response to the surging demand for edge data centers and cloud infrastructure amid the AI revolution, the company announced this week. Ark Data Centers will continue to provide edge, colocation, and cloud facilities under its new name.

Also Read: Involta to Expand Tucson Data Center Capacity in Arizona to Fuel Tech Growth




Infrastructure Expansion Plans

"Ark will continue to address the critical need for scalable infrastructure by investing in expanding its existing locations to support enterprise and hyperscale edge capacity needed for data center, cloud, and network interconnection," the official release said.

Ark Data Centers said, "The decision to relaunch as Ark was driven by the insatiable growth of infrastructure requirements for space, power, and compute options."

The company also announced the launch of a new website, arkdna, which reflects the DNA of the business: D - data center infrastructure; N - network infrastructure; and A - the response to the surge of AI and automation.

Also Read: Involta Acquires Data Center and Land in Wisconsin for 20 MW Campus

Infrastructure Expansion

Carlyle completed the acquisition of Involta in February 2022. As reported by TelecomTalk, Involta, in December 2023, announced the expansion of its Tucson, Arizona data center to 1 MW. The Carlyle-backed company most recently entered the Green Bay, Wisconsin market with plans to expand the existing campus with up to 20 MW of IT capacity.

The company said as part of its growth plan, Ark's roadmap contains several soon-to-be-announced projects in emerging edge markets.

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