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Hawaiian Telcom completes purchase of data center for $16M

By Star-Advertiser Staff

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LAST UPDATED: 11:51 a.m. HST, Sep 30, 2013


Hawaiian Telcom today completed its acquisition of SystemMetrics Corp., a local data center, for $16 million.

SystemMetrics, which generates annual revenue of approximately $8 million, founded in 2011 and provides data center services to more than 400 small and medium-size businesses.

"We are really excited to close this transaction and take and important step in meeting our goal to be the preeminent data center services provider in the state of Hawaii," said Eric Yeaman, Hawaiian Telcom's president and chief executive officer.

SystemMetrics has 6,500 square feet of data center capacity, with room for expansion. The company becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hawaiian Telcom.







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Bothrops wrote:
where is the center located? Hawaii?
on September 30,2013 | 12:01PM
IAmSane wrote:
Yes, it is.
on September 30,2013 | 05:31PM
yskeulb wrote:
LOL
on September 30,2013 | 12:08PM
awahana wrote:
Good luck to y'all at the POTS telco over there.
After abandoning HawTel 8 years ago, before moving, I don't want anything to do with this nightmare of a organization. From a customer, vendor, and employee perspective.
We need competition for Oceanic, but not sure HawTel is up to the task.
The Carlyle Group, the parent company is owned by the Bush and Bin Laden families...
on September 30,2013 | 12:51PM
Skyler wrote:
Good for them (and us). We need more local jobs and local customer service @ home is a great start. Kudos, Hawaiian Telcom.
on September 30,2013 | 12:55PM
dlum003 wrote:
Look at all those grinning fat cats. Funny how HawTel articles are all about shareholders, stock market pricing, and purchases. Is there a servcie or pursuit of good service anywhere on their priority list? Just wondering...
on September 30,2013 | 01:25PM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
Hawaii Telcom needs to become more competitive. It seems that they do not invest in their infrastructure first. For one thing, their internet service does not cover many areas of Honolulu, even areas where you would think would be priority. Further, they need to move on their television service. The longer they take, the more they lose out.
on September 30,2013 | 04:00PM
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