Logicalis has acquired the majority of 2e2's European managed services and datacentre business, including its operations in Ireland and the Channel Islands, for £20.7m.
The 2e2 Group went into administration in January, and shortly afterwards the Daisy Group took over 2e2's UK operations, including the management of the defunct firm's one UK datacentre.
Logicalis will acquire the rest of 2e2's European operations including its integration businesses in Spain and Ireland, the Channel Islands business and the Netherlands IT Service Management Consultancy.
In an interview with V3, Logicalis chief executive Ian Cook, said he had been working with 2e2's administrators for the last month in order to acquire assets from them.
"We have now acquired 2e2's European assets, even though the Channel Islands is technically really part of the UK," said Cook.
"We have since spoken to many of our customers, and many of them and 2e2 partners are extremely pleased Logicalis is now the new owner."
Logicalis already have a presence in Europe, but until now this had been small in comparison to its presence in North America, South America and Asia.
"We already have a presence in the UK, Ireland and Germany, and I have for a long time wanted to expand on mainland Europe. This acquisition will give us a large footprint there with another $250m turnover and 480 extra people," said Cook.
Cook said he had no plans to consolidate the 2e2 business or phase out any products or services.
"For staff, we will be offering them a much more secure future. We have no plans to make any redundancies. The existing management will be rebranded as Logicalis," Cook added.
Separate to the 2e2 Europe acquisition, last week Logicalis also won some UK contracts that used to belong to the now crippled service provider. This meant the transfer of 70 people from the 2e2 UK operation to the Logicalis team.
"This was completely separate to the acquisition we have just announced, and was just normal competitive business. We took on a sales team from 2e2 in the City of London as well as another major contract," said Cook.
The collapse of 2e2 has hit local government IT in London severely, with many of them scrambling to maintain services.
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