Managed, cloud and hybrid hosting provider Codero Hosting has extended its reach across the United States through integration with the consortium that acquired it in June of last year. Codero Hosting, which has headquarters in Overland Park, Kansas, United States, was established in 2009. The company caters to a global customer base through SSAE 16-certified data centers in Dallas-Fort Worth, Phoenix, and Ashburn, Virginia, United States. The consortium which acquired the company included 32 regional telecom and broadband providers.
Through the integration, Codero Hosting has now entered a large number of the United States’ rural and regional markets. Through the 32 RLEC and ILEC investors Codero has been able to reach “nearly one-fifth of the U.S. population”, meaning the company has been able to reach an additional 350,000 new business customers.
“By collaborating with our new investors, we successfully tackled the previously daunting challenges of accessing and delivering cutting-edge IT services and solutions to businesses in rural and regional markets across the country,” explained Codero Hosting’s Chairman and CEO, Emil Sayegh. “Through intensive training and the integration of our products with those of our investors, we are well ahead of schedule in delivering technology expertise and customized hosting services for millions of customers across the country that would otherwise be missed. We are proud to be an essential resource for our partners to approach all things cloud and deliver these solutions closer to the ‘edge’.”
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