HostPapa acquires US web hosting company iHost Networks
To expand its reach in the United States, Canadian web hosting and cloud service provider HostPapa acquired iHost Networks for a private fee.
Based in Seattle, WA, iHost was founded in 1996 with a focus on providing on-demand web hosting, email services, domains and web applications to small business owners for human customer support. . The emphasis is on.
We also offer HostPapa Web hosting service for SMEs We have been active worldwide since 2006.
iHost is now HostPapa
iHost assured its customers that the server will continue to be hosted on the west coast of the United States. Additionally, HostPapa has invested heavily in its infrastructure, forcing these companies to upgrade their servers.
The company also promises to reduce load times and improve reliability for SMBs running websites on their services.
The company is working on updating server performance after the acquisition, so current iHost customers don’t have to do anything. This is set to match the server performance provided by HostPapa.
Asked about the acquisition, HostPapa Founder and CEO Jamie Opalchuk said, “We invite iHost customers to join the HostPapa family.
“Recently acquired customers, such as Silicon Valley Web Hosting and Canvas Host, are experiencing a seamless transition to HostPapa. IHost customers are also confident that website performance and customer support uptime will improve soon. Make.”
The deal came shortly after HostPapa announced a $ 1.1 million funding deal with managed WordPress hosting provider Rocket.net two weeks ago.