Cloud provider LeaseWeb USA
(LeaseWeb) has bought web host Ubiquity Hosting. LeaseWeb, which has headquarters in Manassas, Virginia, United States, was founded in 2011. The company caters to “mid-market companies” by providing tailored solutions that meet its customers’ exact needs. These solutions include managed hybrid platforms. The acquisition of Ubiquity Hosting, which was made through the acquisition of its parent body, Nobis Technology Group, LLC, extends LeaseWeb’s US-based network.
Ubiquity Hosting, which was established in 2004, has headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. The company offers a range of services including dedicated servers, ‘Bare Metal’ servers, and cloud servers. It also offers colocation services through seven data centers located in the United States. LeaseWeb will absorb Nobis and Ubiquity Hosting’s customers by the end of 2016. Financial aspects of the deal were not released.
“Ubiquity Hosting is a powerfully complementary addition to the LeaseWeb USA portfolio of customer solutions,” explained LeaseWeb’s CEO, William Schrader. “Now with 10 data centers across the continental United States, we expanded our network of coverage, giving customers even more strategic access to LeaseWeb’s leading portfolio of solutions. The expanded capabilities of LeaseWeb and Ubiquity creates a unique and competitive value proposition for customers looking for the right cloud hosting solutions that save them time, money and stress. 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.”Do you know of any other companies involved in acquisitions? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.