San Francisco-based GI Partners announced the final closing of its inaugural Data Infrastructure Fund at $1.8 billion in commitments from a broad group of investors and overshot its original target of $1.25 billion.
The fund is slated to invest across four key data infrastructure subsectors – data centers, data transport, wireless access, and tech-enabled infrastructure. The geographic focus for the strategy will primarily be North America.
"Since founding Digital Realty in 2001, GI Partners has always believed in the fundamentals that drive the digital economy, which is now essential to our daily . . .
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