Florida- based cybersecurity company Sollensys Corp. has acquired a ready-to-use data center facility in Little Rock. Sollensys specializes in ransomware recovery built on blockchain technology. The new data center is the latest part of an acquisition of multiple real estate holdings totaling approximately 3.3 million dollars.
Sollensys purchased its primary 35,000- SF facility on a 4-acre campus last year in Palm Bay, Florida. The additional Little Rock facility is 5044 sq/ft building already designed and used as a data center that sits on approximately one acre of land.
“We are pleased to add this purpose-built data center as a new part of our growing network,” said Sollynsys CEO Don Beavers, in an official announcement. “The ready-to-use additional capacity will provide an opportunity to expand our capabilities and provide better value to our clients.”
Although the exact location of the new facility was not disclosed, Sollensys said the data center includes all the must-haves such as a Kohler back-up generator, raised flooring for the cooling of computer and electronic equipment, a high-speed fiber optic loop, a concrete vault, restricted access and perimeter security monitoring.