Kansas: Netsolus, a Kansas City data center provider, is acquired by IP Pathways

Aug 24, 2023 | Posted by Abdul-Rahman Oladimeji

IP Pathways bought Netsolus, a Missouri-based MSP. This week, IP Pathways of Des Moines, Iowa, announced that it will merge with Netsolus of Kansas City, broadening its footprint and services in the Kansas City region. The deal's terms were not disclosed.

IP Pathways was founded in 2007 and provides colocation, cloud, backup disaster recovery, and additional managed services. The organization maintains locations in Des Moines, Iowa, Omaha, Nebraska, and Columbus, Ohio.

Netsolus, a Kansas City-based company founded in 2000, provides colocation and other managed services from an 11,000-square-foot Tier II data center in the Oak Tower building. The 28-story skyscraper, also known as the Bell Telephone Building, was constructed in 1920 as the headquarters of the consolidated Southwestern System of the Bell Telephone Co. Previously, the corporation was headquartered in Denver, Colorado, Omaha, Nebraska, and Phoenix, Arizona.

IP Pathways stated that Ballard will remain an "integral part" of the company and remain in Kansas City to assist with integration and expansion. IP Pathways merged with Columbus, Ohio's Sophisticated Systems earlier this year.

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