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Berkshire Partners to invest in Israeli data centre platform MedOne

MedOne, Israel’s leading and most trusted provider of colocation data centre infrastructure, has secured a significant growth investment from Berkshire Partners, a US private investment firm, and the van Rooyen Group, alongside majority shareholder Taavura.

Established in 1997, MedOne provides carrier-neutral colocation, interconnection, and hybrid cloud services to global cloud and content customers, multinational technology companies, and leading local enterprises and government entities. MedOne operates over 25,000 square meters of data centre capacity across four highly secure, underground sites in Israel, with additional sites under development. 

MedOne’s facilities are strategically situated at the heart of Israel’s interconnection ecosystem, offering customers access to the densest collection of global and local networks and cloud operators, including the Israeli Internet Exchange. With this new investment, MedOne plans to build on its current reputation and track record, optimising and meaningfully expanding its data centre portfolio to meet growing demand.
Grant van Rooyen, the veteran data center entrepreneur, will be investing alongside Berkshire and serving as an active board member.

Moelis & Company and EBN advised MedOne. Jefferies LLC, Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP, and Herzog Fox & Neeman advised Berkshire Partners and the van Rooyen Group.

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