Originally posted on Data Center POST
Colohouse, a prominent data center colocation, cloud, dedicated server, and services provider, has announced an exciting development in its ongoing growth strategy. The company is merging TurnKey Internet‘s hosting and dedicated server offerings into the Colohouse brand and services portfolio. This strategic move is a result of TurnKey Internet’s acquisition in 2021, aligning with Colohouse’s broader compute, connectivity, and cloud strategy. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the details of this merger and its implications for Colohouse’s customers.
Enhancing Customer-Centric Solutions
With the integration of dedicated servers and hosting services into its core brand portfolio, Colohouse aims to enhance its ability to meet the diverse needs of its growing customer base. This strategic decision underscores Colohouse’s dedication to delivering comprehensive and impactful solutions for its customers and prospects in key markets and edge locations.
Colohouse will immediately begin offering hosting services on its website, www.colohouse.com. The product lineup includes:
- Dedicated Bare Metal Servers
- Enterprise Series Dedicated Servers
- Cloud VPS Servers
- Control Panel Offerings and Licensing
Colohouse’s dedicated servers will be available in a range of data center locations, including Miami, FL, Colorado Springs, CO, Chicago, IL, Orangeburg, NY, Albany, NY, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands. This expanded geographic presence allows Colohouse to serve a broader clientele efficiently.
Exceptional Customer Support
Colohouse places a strong emphasis on customer support. Its support team will be available to assist customers 24/7/365 through a single support portal online, or via email and phone. Live Chat support through colohouse.com further enhances the customer experience, ensuring timely assistance for all inquiries.
Compliance and Security
Colohouse prioritizes compliance and security for its customers. In the fall of 2023, the company will undergo its first combined SOC audit for all its data center locations, including dedicated servers and hosting. Upon completion of the audit, customers can request the audit results on Colohouse’s website, ensuring transparency and adherence to the highest standards of security and compliance.
A Vision for the Future
Jeremy Pease, CEO of Colohouse, shared his vision for the company, stating, “When I accepted the job of CEO at Colohouse, my vision was, and still is, to build a single platform company that provides core infrastructure but also extends past just colocation, cloud, or bare metal.” He emphasized the importance of flexibility and a customer-centric approach, highlighting that Colohouse aims to create an ecosystem that caters to various IT infrastructure needs.
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