Data Center Company Evocative Acquires Internet Services Provider Cyberverse
February 21, 2018
Data center company Evocative, Inc. (Evocative) has acquired internet services provider Cyberverse, Inc. (Cyberverse). A 365 Main company, Evocative has headquarters in Emeryville, California, United States and was established in 1996. The company offers a broad range of ‘pay per use’, private and hybrid cloud solutions, complex hosting, colocation, managed servers, and technical consulting options. Evocative caters to 570 customers “with a roaster of Fortune 500, international and some of the best known Internet brands”. The acquisition marks the company’s expansion into the data center markets of Phoenix, Arizona and Dallas, Texas, United States as well as additional capability in Los Angeles, California, United States.
Cyberverse, which has headquarters in Los Angeles, was established in 1994. The company specializes in “serving the Los Angeles internet community” with a “top-tier” colocation product. The company prides itself on offering its customers a personalized service. Financial aspects of Evocative’s acquisition were not released. Evocative will absorb the “entire Cyberverse team” and Jay Smith, one of the company’s founders, will remain with the company. Data centers in Phoenix, Arizona and Plano, Texas will join Evocative’s network of four other HIPAA, PCI DSS, SSAE 16, SSAE-18, SOC 2 and ISAE 3402 certified facilities. Cyberverse represents Evocative’s fourth acquisition in a 12-month period.
“Our primary goal as a trusted pay-per-use Internet services company is to listen to our clients and provide them the most effective solutions at fair prices,” explained the CEO of Evocative, Arman Khalili. “We’ve known the Cyberverse team for years and shared the same passion for providing quality services and superior customer experience. We’d like to take this opportunity to welcome our new clients, employees and partners to the Evocative family. This acquisition is in line with our expansion plans and our acquisitions earlier this year. We look forward to continuing to grow the company both organically and through additional acquisitions.”
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