(Bloomberg) -- Datalink Corp., a provider of data- storage and cloud-computing services, plans to use acquisitions to help double sales to $1 billion within three years, Chief Executive Officer Paul Lidsky said.

The Eden Prairie, Minnesota-based company is shopping for smaller competitors with annual sales of $60 million to $125 million to expand in the U.S. and expects to complete one deal every 12 to 18 months, Lidsky said in an interview yesterday.

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