May 16, 2022
11:11 Systems has acquired certain managed service and cloud infrastructure assets from Unitas Global. The transaction includes specific managed services customers, cloud infrastructure and contracts.
By 2025, it is predicted that over 95% of new digital workloads will be deployed on cloud-native platforms. With this acquisition, 11:11 is adding new cloud assets and customers to its portfolio. This will serve to strengthen and deepen 11:11’s involvement in and commitment to the future of cloud services.
Because of the acquisition, customers will be able to enhance their cloud environments. They will be able to access to the full spectrum of 11:11’s cloud, connectivity and security solutions. All of these are attributed to the recent acquisitions of iland and Green Cloud Defense.
11:11 also recently completed the acquisition of certain connectivity assets and customer contracts from Cleareon Fiber Networks. This acquisition will add a solid base of wholesale carrier customers to 11:11’s global customer ecosystem.
11:11’s Brett Diamond
“We continue to make significant progress towards our mission to become the industry standard in cloud, connectivity and security solutions,” said Brett Diamond, CEO, 11:11 Systems. “These recent acquisitions including adding assets from Unitas and Cleareon not only substantively advance this mission, but also provide all of our global customers with an arsenal of new tools to ensure that their mission critical applications and data are always running, accessible and protected.”
Unitas Global’s Todd Barrack
“11:11 was the perfect choice to continue to enable and strengthen the digital journey for our valued managed service and cloud infrastructure customers,” said Todd Barrack, SVP of operations, Unitas Global. “Their innovative roadmap and commitment to customer service will ensure that our customers have everything they need to compete in the cloud era, and the fact that 11:11 is a leader in security, backups and disaster recovery will provide critical new services to fight cybersecurity threats.”
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