Osborne Clarke in Amsterdam has advised the shareholders of MatrixMind, a Dutch company that specializes in hybrid and multi-cloud solutions, on the sale of a majority stake to Eurofiber, a provider of industry-leading open digital infrastructure.
Founded in 2015, MatrixMind offers its customers an innovative managed hybrid cloud integration platform, which builds integrated cloud solutions by integrating all possible IT environments: from on-premises (IT in its own server room) to co-location (with servers in leased space at a datacenter) to private cloud (infrastructure as a service, IaaS, PaaS) and public cloud (such as Azure, AWS and Google). MatrixMind’s customers can choose when and how they want to bring each part of their data to the cloud, with the MatrixMind platform acting as a central hub, giving the customer a virtual environment for all their data.
The acquisition of the majority stake by Eurofiber offers MatrixMind the opportunity to keep pursuing their growth ambitions, in terms of turnover, innovative capacity and professionalism.
The Osborne Clarke team was led by Partner Cristine Brinkman who was supported by Senior Associate Geoffrey Beurskens, Associates Guusje Cornelissen and Nick Staes, Partner and Civil-law Notary Cars-Jan van Gool, Tax Partner Job van der Pol, Senior Associate Cees Graafland, Employment Partner Jorgo Tsiris and Prospective Civil-law Notary Eveline Leijen.
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