DāSTOR acquires New Castle data center


DāSTOR acquired a data center at 3 Boulden Circle in New Castle.

The site has more than 30,000 square feet of raised floor. The seller was not listed. It’s the second Delaware data center for DāSTOR, which has another site in downtown Wilmington.

The location along the I-95 corridor provides multiple connectivity options from various network providers and is suitable for cloud providers, enterprises, and technology firms.

A release cited Delaware’s tax advantages for IT equipment spending as pluses.

Kevin Mulqueen, CEO of DāSTOR, shared, “We are excited about this strategic expansion into New Castle, which supports the growing demand for our services. Our commitment to providing straightforward, adaptable solutions enables our clients to leverage the latest in AI and cloud services, supporting our ongoing growth and scalability.”


Tom Borgers, Managing Director of Data Center operations, added, “This expansion strengthens our ability to meet the evolving needs of our clients with enhanced connectivity and security, affirming our commitment to delivering cutting-edge and reliable data solutions.”

New Castle is DāSTOR’s fifth data center in the region. The mid-Atlantic is becoming a data center hotspot, with rapid growth in the Washington, D.C. Area.

The company’s services include data storage and backup, private cloud, public cloud on-ramps, and security solutions incorporating data classification and remediation tools for ransomware protection, a release stated.

DāSTOR was established in 2021 by Kevin Mulqueen, a 30-year industry veteran.