ColoHouse Data Center has announced the acquisition of one of their largest and longtime partners, Netrouting. Netrouting offers an extensive selection of colocation, managed cloud hosting, internet and metro services, as well as operates and owns two data centers in The Netherlands and several other Points of Presence in the US, Europe, and Asia.
“Our customers have always been our best market indicators in terms of product development and market trends. At ColoHouse, we could not be more excited to be acquiring Netrouting and to provide modern-cloud based alternatives, hybrid colocation options world-wide, and a full suite of managed IT services, including hosting and bandwidth,” says ColoHouse CEO, Paul Bint. “our customer feedback positions us at the top of the market in terms of service and value with a Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 73 in 2017. With the addition of Netrouting, we look forward to attracting more global customers with a full service offering paired with our world-class support.”
Netrouting is a comprehensive internet service provider with offices in The Netherlands and Miami. Netrouting offers hosting and internet services out of some of the most prestige cyber cities in the world, such as Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Miami, New York and Hong Kong. Started in 2007, CEO and founder of Netrouting, Savvas Bout, was quickly able to adapt and grow his business across borders to stay competitive and innovative in the ever-evolving IT landscape.
“I couldn’t be more thrilled,” said Bout. “At Netrouting, we have always been about moving forward, about taking that next step. It is that ambition and drive that took us to expand globally — from Amsterdam to Stockholm, on to Miami and the rest of the world. The joining of our two companies will further strengthen our position as a global solutions provider and expand our reach into different markets.”
Bout will be joining the ColoHouse team as chief technology officer and his staff will also be joining the organization.
The acquisition has been finalized and company integration plans will be executed over the course of 2018.