Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider AlphaRacks has acquired hosting provider WootHosting. AlphaRacks, which has headquarters in Thousand Oaks, California, United States, offers a broad range of “lowest possible cost” quality web hosting services. These include OpenVZ and KVM Virtual Private Servers (VPS) alongside dedicated servers. It has facilities in Los Angeles, California, United States with a support team that offers around-the-clock services. Combined AlphaRacks and WootHosting form “one of the world’s most comprehensive, global IaaS platforms”.
WootHosting has headquarters in Corona, California, United States and was established in 2007. The company offers an equally broad range of hosting services which include shared and reseller hosting alongside Linux VPS, hybrid servers, dedicated servers and other custom solutions. It caters to around 20,000 customers in over 150 countries. Financial aspects of the deal were not released but it was confirmed that AlphaRacks will absorb WootHosting’s customers and services to provide them with an “overall better service”. Likewise, AlphaRacks customers will soon be able to deploy services through WootHosting Points of Presence (PoP’s).
“We are very excited to bring a new level of experience to all WootHosting customers who will now be joining our family. Our customer-first focus is what fuels our growth as a company,” explained Julian Jin, the Managing Director of AlphaRacks. “We are confident that our new customers from WootHosting will be thrilled to enjoy what AlphaRacks brings to the table for them. Our goal is to further enhance customer experience.”