Logicalis acquires Aussie integrator

May 2, 2012 7:22 AM
Filed under Cloud

Brisbane-based service provider sells for $2.7m.

Logicalis has acquired rival service provider Corpnet for just under $3 million.

Brisbane-based Corpnet is EMC’s largest storage vendor and also holds accreditation with data centre vendors Cisco, Hitachi, VMware and Commvault.

The company’s main offerings include storage, virtualisation, IaaS, back-up and DRaaS. Logicalis CEO Ian Cook said Corpnet’s product suite complemented Logicalis’ managed services business.

The acquisition forms part of the global solution provider’s push into the Australian market.

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Corpnet was born in 2001, and later merged with e-Business Systems in 2008. The $2.7m acquisition involves a potential earn-out payment of $600,000.

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