Data centers are specialized buildings that house and operate mission critical computer operations including servers, storage devices, routers and fiber optic transmission equipment. Data centers generally serve as the backbone to our internet-based economy, the cloud, mobile computing and virtually all activities involved with using a TV, computer, tablet or mobile device. After acquiring a property, CVMC REIT II serves as the landlord and the tenants take responsibility for operations and improvements, as well as the cost and maintenance of equipment inside the data centers that helps keep their companies running.

Cincinnati Data Center qas acquired by CVMC REIT II on June 30, 2017.





1 IDC’s Data Age 2025, April 2017.
2 Statista, 2016, Public cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) hardware and software spending from 2015 to 2026, by segment (in billion U.S. dollars).
3, The Exponential Growth of Data, February 2017.
4 Cisco Global Cloud Index, 2015 - 2020.

Carter Validus Mission Critical REIT II, Inc. (“the Company”) has no operating history or established financing sources. As a result, an investment in the Company is speculative. In addition, the offeree will not be acquiring an interest in the Company’s advisor.

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