Accelevation Holdings has formed a new data center-focused business unit.
The Accelevation Data Center Business Unit will be formed out of recently acquired subsidiaries Conatech and Instor Solutions.
Accelevation will combine Instor Solutions’ white space installation and project management services with Conatech’s data center containment and caging solutions. The company claims that this new unit will be the US’s “largest integrated data center services solutions provider.”
The newly formed company will serve hyperscalers, colocation, and enterprise customers alike.
“By combining Instor’s white space design and services expertise with Conatech’s manufacturing and product capabilities, the Accelevation Data Center Business Unit is uniquely positioned to serve and support the data center market as it fulfills its growth potential,” said Sam Prudhomme, president of the data center business unit, Accelevation Holdings.
“Our customers recognize that together, we’re better - empowering them to grow at unprecedented speed and scale, and at the pace the market demands. Importantly, our shared values and methodological approach will ensure we continue to treat our customers the way they want to be treated, setting a new standard for integrated data center solutions and services, globally.”
The Instor acquisition was completed last month. Few details were shared at the time, but a spokesperson from Accelevation has since confirmed to DCD that the Instor Solutions brand will remain but be integrated into the new Accelevation unit. The spokesperson also confirmed that Instor’s senior executive and management teams would continue to play a crucial role in the new unit.
Accelevation is an LFM Capital-backed group that includes manufacturing companies, servicing the data center, electric vehicle, and robotics markets