Baselayer is the data centre firm that split from IO and has been on the hunt for more customers.
The deal will see Finning offer BaseLayer’s modular data centre technology, which is designed to optimise energy efficiency and to be used both inside and outside of buildings.
Baselayer said that the deal means that Finning can distribute operational data centre capacity wherever and whenever customers need it.
Peter McNamara, VP of worldwide sales and customer operations at Baselayer said in a statement that the partnership expands Baselayer’s reach and strengthens its ability to transform the data centre industry.”
Ian Wilcoxson, market Sector manager for data centres at Finning, said: “Baselayer’s data centre infrastructure has been adopted by some of the most demanding enterprise technology users in the world.”
“The standardised modules, built using lean manufacturing principles, deliver high levels of reliability, security and efficiency,” he said.