LeaseWeb USA, one of the world’s largest cloud hosting brands delivering colocation, dedicated servers and hybrid IT solutions, has entered into a wholesale data center agreement with H5 Data Centers in Phoenix. LeaseWeb will expand to H5 Data Centers’ Phoenix data center location at 2600 W. Germann Road in Chandler, AZ.
H5 Data Centers will continue to own and operate the “state-of-the-art” data center, which offers private data center suites for 125-kilowatt and 250-kilowatt increments.
“LeaseWeb USA and H5 Data Centers come together with this Phoenix transaction at a similar scale in the U.S. with a shared focus on delivering excellent service and hybrid cloud technology located as close to our customers as possible,” said Lex Boost, CEO of LeaseWeb USA. “We see great joint opportunities in the Phoenix market, with the potential for an expanded partnership to come across our national footprints.”
The relationship between LeaseWeb and H5 Data Centers would facilitate LeaseWeb’s U.S. growth while expanding the product offerings for H5 Data Centers’ Phoenix customers. LeaseWeb’s products and solutions include dedicated servers, private cloud, global networking solutions, CDN, cybersecurity and hybrid IT solutions. Over the past several years, both companies have experienced significant growth and would continue to expand their existing portfolio and networks as their customers grow.
80,000 Dedicated Servers
“The expansion and partnership with LeaseWeb is a win-win,” said Josh Simms CEO of H5 Data Centers. “LeaseWeb can offer enterprises a full suite of retail colocation and hybrid IT cloud solutions, while H5 Data Centers can continue to innovate and deliver world-class wholesale data center solutions. We look forward to working with this globally-renown IT services partner.”
With more than 80,000 servers under management, LeaseWeb is an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider serving a worldwide portfolio of 17,500 customers ranging from SMBs to enterprises. The company operates 18 data centers in locations across Europe, Asia and North America, all of which are backed by a worldwide network with high bandwidth capacity and more than 5.5 Tbps available.