LeaseWeb Acquires Nobis Ubiquity to Serve up Better Hosting Performance to Enterprises
FREMONT, CA: In the current world scenario, each and every enterprise regardless of their enormity and reach, require updated information, not on only on daily basis but rather in seconds. An event occurring in one part of the world can change the fates of those living millions of miles away and the immediate availability of the information can be the difference between life and death. This rapid collection, storage and supply of data would be almost impossible without hosting firms.
One of the major forces striving to provide this tedious service and dedicated servers is LeaseWeb USA, an entity of LeaseWeb. Its hosting services run on one of the world’s largest networks, with 5.5 Tbps bandwidth capacity, 58 PoPs and an uptime of 99.99 percent.
In a move to increase the quality of the services it provides to its customers, LeaseWeb USA has acquired Nobis Technology Group, a holding company that owns many promising startups and websites. Of these startups, Nobis’ brand Ubiquity Hosting is the key member LeaseWeb is particularly interested in. Ubiquity Hosting operates seven data centers across the country and provides dedicated and cloud based services to its customers.
LeaseWeb will be integrating Ubiquity’s systems with its own proprietary services and by the end of the year it will be providing enterprise level equipment, infrastructure redundancy and SLA’s to the customers who will gradually move from Nobis to LeaseWeb’s portal.
“The expanded capabilities of LeaseWeb and Ubiquity create a unique and competitive value proposition for customers looking for the right cloud hosting solutions that will save them time, money and stress,” says William Schrader, CEO, LeaseWeb USA. “Additionally, with Ubiquity’s presence in the multiplayer gaming industry, LeaseWeb is bolstering its offerings to allow game publishers to deliver the best possible experience to their players.”
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