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Data center services provider Cequel Data Centers has bought an Oklahoma competitor Perimeter Technology, which provides colocation and managed services.

Cequel gained from the acquisition Perimeter's two data centers in Oklahoma City and in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Together, the facilities provide 22,000 sq ft of raised floor and 4MW of power.

The acquisition brought Cequel's data center portfolio to more than 70,000 sq ft of raised floor. The company got a hold of its first piece of raised-floor in July 2010, when it bought Colo4, operator of a Dallas data center.

Paul Estes, president and CEO of Cequel, said Perimeter's facilities complemented its Dallas data center well. “We continue to believe there are great growth opportunities in this business, as more and more companies seek such support."

Cequel Data Centers is owned by Thompson Street Capital, Charterhouse and Cequel III – investment and private equity players. The company was established in 2010 in order to acquire Colo4.