Data center operator and hosting services provider Dacentec has been acquired by a Rochester, New York company.

CentriLogic did not disclose any financial terms of its acquisition of Dacentec, which operates a 23,000 square-foot data center in Lenoir. But CentriLogic characterized the location as “the southeast’s most active data center cluster.”

Lenoir is also home to a Google data center, an investment of $600 million dating to 2007.

Google recently disclosed plans to double its investment in Lenoir.

Apple and Facebook also operates large data centers in western N.C. Numerous other firms have selected North Carolina as a site for big data operations from the Triangle to points west.

DataChambers, which is based in Winston-Salem, recently announced plans for a new center in Kannapolis at the North Carolina Research Campus.

Privately held Sentinel, meanwhile, is building a huge facility in RTP.

The Dacentec site will give CentriLogic access to more large enterprise customers in the region. CentriLogic added that it will use the Dacentec facility to give its existing customers more space in the U.S.-based cloud, along with geographically dispersed managed hosting, co-location, and disaster recovery services. Besides its Rochester headquarters, CentriLogic has data centers in Buffalo, N.Y.; Canada and the United Kingdom.