Formerly Involta, ark data centers entered the Wisconsin market last week with the opening of a data center located outside of Green Bay, Wis. Ark plans to build 20 megawatts of capacity through a multiphased approach to meet the rising demands for reliable and available enterprise-ready infrastructure, a news release said. “The surge of AI and rapid technological advancements has created unprecedented growth for data center space, power and compute. Ark meets our customers at the edge to ensure they have scalable, adaptable infrastructure solutions in key markets across the country,” ark CEO Brett Lindsey said in a prepared statement. The Cedar Rapids-based national provider of data center and cloud infrastructure also recently won a 2024 Datacloud Global Award for Excellence in Data Centre Americas at the annual Datacloud Global Congress. Ark announced its rebrand in May.