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MANASSAS, VA – Leading cloud service provider Leaseweb USA today announces it has acquired ServInt, a Northern Virginia-based pioneer in web hosting and leading provider of managed hosting services for cloud IT operations. ServInt was founded in 1995 and has since become a renowned brand in the US cloud and hosting industry. The acquisition supports Leaseweb in its ambition to increase its footprint and customer base in the United States, as well as adding deep expertise in the large and growing third-party managed services market. Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.

Leaseweb USA, part of Leaseweb Global, entered the United States market in 2011 and has since grown its presence both organically and through the acquisitions of Shore.net in 2013 and Nobis Technology Group in 2016. Through the addition of ServInt, Leaseweb USA is substantially increasing its footprint in the United States. Current ServInt customers can instantly benefit from the Leaseweb services offering and its global presence through its 19 datacenters across four continents.


In conjunction with its web hosting offerings, ServInt provides end-to-end solutions for public, private and hybrid cloud-based offerings. These include AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud solutions. Also, ServInt offers consultancy and IT extension services. Leaseweb USA has brought all ServInt employees on board. By adding the very skilled team to its staff, Leaseweb USA has expanded its capabilities to create a value proposition for customers looking for managed IT services at a competitive price.

Lex Boost, CEO of Leaseweb USA, says: “We are delighted to welcome the ServInt team to Leaseweb to further strengthen our position in the USA. They hold a phenomenal track record on servicing and retaining their customers and their philosophy that a strong team makes a strong company fits ours seamlessly. With ServInt we added another building block to become a leading cloud services provider in the United States.”

Reed Caldwell, Founder & CEO at ServInt, adds: “Leaseweb and ServInt are very similar in many ways. In the mid-nineties, we both saw the potential of the internet and decided to make a business out of it. Twenty plus years on we can look back on some great achievements. I’m proud that ServInt is now joining the Leaseweb family, giving clients access to the same experts and services they’re used to, whilst having the ability to take advantage of a strong, global operation in Leaseweb.”

About Leaseweb
Leaseweb is a leading Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider serving a worldwide portfolio of 17,500 customers ranging from SMBs to Enterprises. Services include Public Cloud, Private Cloud, Dedicated Servers, Colocation, Content Delivery Network, and Cyber Security Services supported by exceptional customer service and technical support. With more than 80,000 servers under management, Leaseweb has provided infrastructure for mission-critical websites, Internet applications, email servers, security, and storage services since 1997. The company operates 19 data centers in locations across Europe, Asia and North America, all of which are backed by a superior worldwide network with a total capacity of more than 5.5 Tbps. Leaseweb offers services through its various subsidiaries, which are Leaseweb Netherlands B.V. (“Leaseweb Netherlands”), Leaseweb USA, Inc. (“Leaseweb USA”), Leaseweb Asia Pacific PTE. LTD (“Leaseweb Asia”), Leaseweb CDN B.V. (“Leaseweb CDN”), Leaseweb Deutschland GmbH (“Leaseweb Germany”), Leaseweb Australia Ltd. and Leaseweb UK Ltd.

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ST. LOUIS – TierPoint, a leading provider of secure, connected data center and cloud solutions at the edge of the internet, today announced an agreement with Zayo Group Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ZAYO) to offer Zayo’s CloudLink solutions.

CloudLink provides dedicated, high-performance bandwidth options, enabling secure connectivity directly to the world’s largest public cloud providers and other data centers. Selected TierPoint data centers will offer an on-ramp to Zayo’s extensive fiber network, which includes more than 11.5 million fiber miles globally.


“Responding to our clients’ evolving, multi-dimensional needs, this agreement is a significant step toward expanding the menu of connectivity options for our data centers and cloud pods, as we continue enhancing our market-leading, edge-infrastructure solutions,” said TierPoint Chief Technology Officer Terry Morrison.

Initially, TierPoint will offer CloudLink in 22 data centers in 12 markets, including Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, eastern Pennsylvania, Kansas City, Nashville, New York, Seattle, Spokane, and Tulsa. TierPoint plans to expand the service to additional data centers in the coming months. CloudLink provides dedicated, high-performance bandwidth options, enabling secure connectivity directly to major public cloud providers. Customers can choose traditional, aggregated bandwidth or FlexConnect, Zayo’s usage-based Ethernet.

“We look forward to working with TierPoint to accelerate the value they are delivering to their clients,” said Tyler Coates, Enterprise Segment lead for Zayo. “Dedicated, high-capacity bandwidth is a vital element to hybrid cloud solutions. At Zayo, we are proud to provide a range of options that enable TierPoint clients to get their data to the cloud quickly, safely and consistently.”

About TierPoint
With a unique combination of secure, connected data center and cloud solutions at the edge of the internet, TierPoint (tierpoint.com) specializes in meeting enterprises where they are on their journey to IT transformation. TierPoint has one of the largest customer bases in the industry, with 5,000 clients ranging from the public to private sectors, from small businesses to Fortune 500 enterprises. TierPoint also has one of the largest and most geographically diversified footprints in the nation, with over 40 world-class data centers in 20 markets and 8 multi-tenant cloud pods, connected by a coast-to-coast network. Led by a proven management team, TierPoint’s highly experienced IT professionals offer a comprehensive solution portfolio of private, multitenant, hyperscale, and hybrid cloud, plus colocation, disaster recovery, security, and other managed IT services.

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SOUTHFIELD, MI – Future Hosting, a managed VPS and dedicated server hosting provider, advises Drupal hosting clients who have not patched their site recently to check for signs of compromise or malware infection. Drupal sites that have not been patched against the “Drupalgeddon2” vulnerabilities may have already been compromised.

The Drupal project released a series of patches to fix a remote code vulnerability at the end of March. Further patches will be released on April 25 and sites should be upgraded when the new patches are available.

“Future Hosting is home to thousands of Drupal sites and we’re seeing a constant flood of attacks using this vector,“ said Maulesh Patel, VP of Operations of Future Hosting, “The attacks are so widespread that it is unlikely that any unpatched Drupal site on the web will escape being compromised.”

More than a million websites are based on Drupal. The vulnerability can be used to gain complete access to a Drupal site’s code and data by sending a payload to a known URL — a process that is easy to automate. Patched sites are safe, but unpatched sites are being hacked by automated botnets.

Hosting clients with sites based on Drupal 7 should upgrade to at least Drupal 7.58. Sites based on Drupal 8.5.X should be updated to Drupal 8.5.3. Patches have been released for Drupal 8.4, but earlier 8.X versions are unsupported. Patches are available for Drupal 6 via the Drupal 6 LTS project.

Future Hosting advises that Drupal sites that have not already been patched should be checked for the presence of malware using a reliable malware scanning tool.

About Future Hosting, LLC
Founded in 2001, Future Hosting is a privately held leading Internet solutions provider specializing in managed hosting, including Dedicated Servers, Virtual Private Servers, and Hybrid Virtual Private Servers. The company has built a strong reputation for its high-quality service, innovative pricing models, and 3-hour Service Level Agreement. Future Hosting is based in Southfield, Michigan.

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VANCOUVER, BC – Canadian Web Hosting, a leading provider in web hosting, cloud hosting, and data centre infrastructure, has announced that it has once again successfully completed its annual independent audit for Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type II, in accordance to AT 101, making this its eight consecutive year of completion.

The SOC 2 Type II audit was conducted for the period between February 1, 2017 and January 31, 2018 and examined all of Canadian Web Hosting’s services, including dedicated server hosting, cloud hosting, Canadian colocation, and web hosting services. The audit process scanned Canadian Web Hosting’s compliance to industry best practices, covering controls, processes and procedures. Upon completion, it was determined that its control activities were compliant and the company displayed the ability to effectively operate throughout the reporting period.


Canadian Web Hosting is AT 101 SOC 2 Type II compliant to meet data and security requirements for its customers. The SOC 2 Type II report is available upon request and can be obtained by customers, members of the media, or other interested individuals.

One of Canadian Web Hosting’s core missions is to help businesses meet their certification requirements in accordance with AT 101 (formerly SAS70 and CSAE 3416 Type II), which meets the new international service organization standards for Type I and Type II reporting. As a result, its web hosting customers that have services including dedicated servers, VPS, cloud servers, cloud computing, cloud storage, and/or shared hosting can feel confident that they are in a secure environment equipped with the proper controls for internet operations and highly available IT services.

“Canadian Web Hosting has always understood the need to provide customers with a reliable, safe and secure hosting environment. By going through our annual AT101 SOC 2 Type II audit, we assure our customers that we are committed to this,” said Kings Wong, VP of Operations at Canadian Web Hosting and Certified Information Security Manager (CISM). “Our clients can feel assured that they are receiving the technology, support and verifiable processes that exceed industry standards for compliance.”

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TORONTO – Urbacon Data Centre Solutions Inc. (UDCS) a leading provider of mission critical IT space, today announced that the company has broken ground on DC2, the second of five world class data centres to be constructed in Richmond Hill Ontario’s Barker Digital Campus.

DC2 will be a 95,000 square foot, 16-megawatt facility offering a variety of end-user service alternatives from powered shell to rack ready solutions. Preleasing is currently underway, and the facility should be ready for occupancy in Q4 2018.


“The Barker Digital Campus DC2 facility continues our mission of providing leading edge data centre solutions with the power, connectivity, security and efficiency to exceed the expectations of our clients,” said Marco Mancini, CEO for UDCS. “DC2 will provide growth options to current tenants and new space for users in the high-demand Greater Toronto Area marketplace.”

Offering a highly-reliable 2N design – to ensure an uninterrupted power supply – and with a Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) of 1.2 annualized or better, end-users will benefit from significant power saving. The local climate also opens doors to further cost savings in the way of free cooling, while the Greater Toronto Area is home to Fortune 100 companies, six million consumers, a superior infrastructure and a highly-skilled workforce.

About Urbacon Data Centre Solutions Inc.
From vision to unwavering reliability and sustainability, Urbacon Data Centre Solutions Inc. is dedicated to the development, construction, operation and maintenance of data centers and mission-critical facilities. Drawing on over 25 years of success in design, construction, operation and maintenance of data centres and mission critical infrastructure, Urbacon Data Centre Solutions Inc. is now emerging as a leading provider in Canada with multiple next generation data centres in diverse locales around the country. They offer high connectivity, high efficiency, high security, flexible geography, expansion potential and organizational depth and breadth to ensure your data is secure.

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Amsterdam, the Netherlands – Datacenter.com, a carrier- and cloud-neutral colocation company that paid more than $500,000 for its domain name while planning a fast global roll-out of large-scale, on-demand data centers in select markets, has added Cogent Communications to its portfolio of carrier networks available in Amsterdam. The opening of a Point-of-Presence (PoP) by Cogent in this highly energy-efficient Datacenter.com ASM1 facility (calculated pPUE: 1.04) will further enhance Datacenter.com’s ability to meet high redundancy and high volume bandwidth requirements set by cloud providers and other demanding clients.

Cogent Communications is a multinational ‘Tier 1’ Internet Service Provider (ISP) with a facilities-based carrier network that spans across North America, across the Atlantic throughout Europe, and across the Pacific to Asia. With over 57,400 route miles of intercity fiber and more than 31,250 metro fiber miles available, Cogent provides its services to over 199 major markets globally and interconnect with over 6,150 other networks.


“Cogent has a truly global network presence with a highly redundant network design and enormous volumes of cost-efficient bandwidth available,” said Stefan Arbias, Sales Director Europe, Cogent Communications. “Deploying a PoP in Datacenter.com’s recently commissioned AMS1 facility adds to Cogent’s facilities-based global network. Expanding our footprint in Amsterdam is important to Cogent, as the Amsterdam metropolitan region is an important Internet hub for our clients. Here, Datacenter.com surely is strategically located, in the Amsterdam South-East business district, one of the most fiber-dense areas in the world.”

High Volume Bandwidth, Cost-Efficiency

Adding Cogent to the carrier-neutral and cloud-neutral eco-system of network providers available in Datacenter.com AMS1 bolsters an already diverse bandwidth blend at this large-scale data center in Amsterdam. Cogent will offer end-to-end customer service and network surveillance to Datacenter.com customers. The 54.000 square feet Datacenter.com AMS1 facility boasts true 2N critical power redundancy (allowing for concurrent maintenance without interruption), high-density infrastructure and a scalable data center environment. The facility with 54U (!) racks is designed for scalability and flexibility, suiting the dynamic requirements of cloud providers worldwide.

“Cogent is yet another powerful global network being added to our enterprise-grade carrier-mix,” said Jochem Steman, CEO of Datacenter.com. “Extending Cogent’s global fiber-optic network into our Amsterdam AMS1 colocation data center is critical to our strategy of building rich connectivity offerings in this facility and Datacenter.com’s soon to be deployed facilities elsewhere in the world. Cogent’s high volume, low-latency bandwidth offerings and the cost-efficiency of its network services will definitely cater to the needs of our customers including cloud providers.”

The announcement follows the news of Datacenter.com launching a globally available channel partner program for its on-demand colocation services with month-to month contracts. This channel program is aimed at Cloud Service Providers (CSPs), Managed Service Providers (MSPs), systems integrators and IT consultancy firms, enabling them to package their own offerings with Datacenter.com’s carrier-neutral and cloud-neutral colocation services.

“Datacenter.com’s solid brand name, its unique on-demand proposition, its compliant infrastructure and professional management, as well as its ambitious growth plans of rolling-out data centers on a worldwide scale definitely suit Cogent’s strategy of continuously expanding our global network with PoPs located in enterprise-grade facilities,” added Mr. Arbias. “We’re exited about the opportunity to work with Datacenter.com as we are striving to extend our footprint in the Amsterdam and other European markets. It will provide Datacenter.com’s customers with access to one of the world largest and most interconnected networks.”

About Cogent Communications
Cogent Communications (NASDAQ: CCOI) is a multinational, Tier 1 facilities-based ISP, consistently ranked as one of the top five Internet backbone networks in the world. Cogent specializes in providing businesses with high speed Internet access, Ethernet transport and colocation services. Cogent’s facilities-based, all-optical IP network provides services in more than 195 markets globally. Since its inception, Cogent has unleashed the benefits of IP technology, building one of the largest and highest capacity IP networks in the world. This network enables Cogent to offer large bandwidth connections at highly competitive prices. Cogent also offers superior customer support by virtue of its end-to-end control of service delivery and network monitoring. Cogent Communications is headquartered at 2450 N St, NW, Washington, D.C. 20037. To learn more about Cogent Communications, visit www.cogentco.com.

About Datacenter.com
Datacenter.com’s investors have committed themselves to invest heavily in state-of-the-art data center infrastructure – to meet the market’s growing need for energy efficient, highly interconnected and modular colocation facilities, in which organizations can flexibly and securely host their critical IT infrastructure while cloud computing needs are addressed. Datacenter.com’s customized, reliable and innovative data center solutions are accompanied with the company’s best-in-class customer support. To learn more about Datacenter.com, visit https://datacenter.com.

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