Managed services provider Trapp Technology
has acquired web host and cloud provider Brinkster Communications Corporation. Trapp Technology, which has headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, United States, specializes in managed services and “the very best” cloud, VoIP and IaaS solutions. The company caters to customers who “seek to cut IT costs and leverage technology to grow revenues”. Financial aspects of the deal were not released.
Trapp Technology’s acquisition underscores its expansion plans. Brinkster Communications Corporation, which also has headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, United States, is recognized as a “leading Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider”. Its services extend to public and private clouds, hybrid clouds, dedicated bare metal servers and VMware cloud solutions. The company also offers hosted desktop and backup solutions. The company offers a proprietary hardware platform which offers “a unique approach to cloud infrastructure” and is “changing the game in cloud hosting and reinventing the data center”. Brinkster caters to around 50,000 customers globally.
The acquisition adds additional IaaS and hosting services to Trapp Technology’s range of offerings and strengthens its position in the Arizona tech service market. Brinkster Communications Corporation customers will now have access to Trapp Technology’s cloud, Internet, and voice solutions, each of which is underpinned by high quality ongoing technical and customer service support.
“We couldn’t be more excited to have acquired an established IT company such as Brinkster who can diversify our already comprehensive portfolio with valuable assets,” explained Trapp Technology’s CEO David Trapp. “Through a collaborative effort, we ensure our existing and newly acquired clients will have a seamless transition through this process. We look forward to strengthening our presence and stand confidently amidst other technology powerhouses and startups contributing to the growth and development of Phoenix as a leading technology hub.” Do you know of any other companies that are involved in acquisitions? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.