ColoHouse, a global colocation, cloud, and managed services provider based in Miami, has acquired Lume Cloud, a managed cloud services provider offering private cloud, edge data center and hybrid infrastructure solutions.
The acquisition includes Lume’s flagship solution suite Cloud Anyware™, which allows customers to connect public and private cloud services and optimize their cloud spend for cost, performance, and security.
“ColoHouse’s acquisition of Lume Cloud illustrates our vested interest to further enhance our competitive edge in the marketplace, while enabling ColoHouse to offer more diverse geographical connectivity options and cloud solutions combined with world-class support that are essential to our customers,” said Kyle Verzello, CEO of Lume Cloud, who will continue to lead the cloud-based product suites and teams. “Increasingly, location matters for cloud solutions. Private cloud and colocation delivered where customers need infrastructure is a critical component to any cloud strategy.”
ColoHouse CEO, Paul Bint added, “Our operational and financial expertise together with our geographic diversity paired with Lume Cloud’s impressive private cloud capabilities, place us in a very powerful up-market position.”
Since 2009, ColoHouse has capitalized on critical acquisitions and partnerships, evolving into a preeminent global data center player. Most recently, ColoHouse was acquired by 1547 Critical Systems Realty and Valterra Partners to create a data center and cloud solutions company that is ready to address the complex needs of their customers. ColoHouse has more than 24 locations in seven countries and offers colocation, cloud, dedicated servers and custom managed services.