Integrator Logicalis Group has acquired managed services specialist Netarx for $34m (£21m).
By joining forces with Netarx, Logicalis said it can grow its US footprint and add tier-one service desk support to its cloud, outsourcing and datacentre management services portfolio.
Netarx was founded in 1997, and claims its annual revenue is regularly around $60m.
Ian Cook, chief executive of Logicalis, said: "This acquisition enhances our portfolio, with a services offering that goes beyond infrastructure design and lifestyle management, and takes us to different areas of our customers' business."
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