Quantum Loophole, a developer of Gigawatt-scale master planned data center cities, has announced that the former CEO of CyrusOne, Gary Wojtaszek, has joined its Board of Directors.

Prior to joining Quantum Loophole’s Board, Wojtaszek served as the CEO of CyrusOne, a $12B data center technology real estate investment trust (REIT) that serves Fortune 1000 companies worldwide, including technology giants Alibaba, Amazon, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce, and Tencent.

Under Wojtaszek’s leadership, he developed the data center strategy at Cincinnati Bell, which resulted in the acquisition of CyrusOne at the time a very small regional data center provider in Texas.

Wojtaszek grew CyrusOne into one of the largest global data center REITS with 45 facilities across the US, Latin America, Europe, and entered into a strategic relationship with GDS, which is the largest data center company in China.

He led the REIT conversion and IPO spin-off of CyrusOne, which turned a $525M investment into a $12B company creating one of the most successful data center companies in the industry.

Founded in 2020, Quantum Loophole recently announced that it has raised over $13 million in its initial round of seed funding. Houlihan Lokey is serving as the exclusive financial advisor to the company.

The company’s first development project is well underway, forthcoming details planned for Q3 2021.

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