Des Moines-based LightEdge Solutions, an enterprise cloud services, co-location and consulting company, announced today that it is buying an Omaha data center owned by Cabela’s Inc. and will retrofit it to support LightEdge cloud and co-location services. The 16,925-square-foot facility on 4 acres was originally constructed in 2010. As part of the transaction, Cabela’s has signed a tenant lease with LightEdge and will continue to operate from the data center. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. “LightEdge plans to immediately deploy our world-class enterprise cloud platform inside the new center, and fully integrate the facility via a private fiber backbone to existing carrier neutral colocation centers in Des Moines and Kansas City,” LightEdge CEO Jim Masterson said in a release. The Omaha data center is scheduled to open in the fourth quarter. LightEdge also recently opened a second facility in Altoona.