AlphaRacks Acquires WootHosting, Forming One of the World’s Most Comprehensive, Global IaaS Platforms

United States, California, Los Angeles – 04-02-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — AlphaRacks is pleased to announce the acquisition of WootHosting, a nationwide provider of web hosting and VPS services. Customers will be able to immediately take advantage of additional value at no added cost!

AlphaRacks, a premium infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider, announced the acquisition of WootHosting, a nationwide provider of web hosting and VPS services. The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.AlphaRacks plans to incorporate its years of industry expertise and invest heavily within the company to provide an overall better service for WootHosting customers. In addition, AlphaRacks customers will soon be able to deploy services in additional locations where existing WootHosting PoP’s (points of presence) exist.“We are very excited to bring a new level of experience to all WootHosting customers who will now be joining our family. Our customer-first focus is what fuels our growth as a company.” said AlphaRacks Managing Director, Julian Jin. “We are confident that our new customers from WootHosting will be thrilled to enjoy what AlphaRacks brings to the table for them. Our goal is to further enhance customer experience.”WootHosting was first founded in 2007 and gained traction in the hosting space due to its aggressive pricing, combined with a magnitude of available hosting solutions. WootHosting currently services over 20,000 customers from over 150 countries.“We will be integrating WootHosting customers into the AlphaRacks brand and improving upon everything they have already enjoyed previously. This will include, but won’t be limited to: network improvements, both hardware and host node improvements, and access to our 24×7 in-house support team.” commented Julian Jin. He further states, “These enhancements will provide a significant upgrade to existing customers at no additional cost, and will pave the way for future growth. The team at WootHosting has done an exceptional job in building a budget-friendly hosting brand with nationwide locations. They have successfully positioned themselves as a comprehensive hosting company, and this acquisition will better position AlphaRacks for future expansion to further meet client needs worldwide. We will be in a unique position to help customers every step of the way with our innovative IaaS platform and array of available solutions.”About AlphaRacks:AlphaRacks is a premium web hosting provider based in Los Angeles, CA. Initially started in 2006 as an on-site IT consultancy firm providing support to local businesses, the AlphaRacks brand was launched in 2013 offering mainstream premium hosting services to both web start-ups and large enterprises. AlphaRacks currently supports over 40,000 clients of all sizes in over 150 countries worldwide.Services include cPanel web hosting, reseller web hosting solutions, hybrid/cloud servers, bare-metal dedicated servers, and virtual private servers, offered in both standardized and custom tailored configurations. Support is provided 24x7x365 by in-house dedicated staff; services are provided by leveraging strategic partnerships of top tier facility and network providers, ensuring the services AlphaRacks delivers are highly available; which is backed by their service level promise agreement to you.

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