Colohouse, a global provider of data center colocation, cloud, and dedicated server solutions, has announced the merger of TurnKey Internet’s hosting and dedicated server solutions in a move intended to strengthen its position in the market. This choice, which comes after Colohouse acquired TurnKey Internet in 2021, would further the company’s goal of being a complete one-stop shop for businesses throughout the globe.
The addition of TurnKey Internet would strengthen Colohouse’s overall approach of providing cloud, server, and connectivity solutions that address a quickly changing technology environment. Colohouse is preparing to serve an even wider range of customers by adding dedicated servers and other hosting services to its brand portfolio.
The new hosting services introduced by Colohouse include the following:
- Products – Control panel solutions, cloud VPS servers, enterprise series dedicated servers, dedicated bare metal servers, and licensing services are all included in Colohouse’s expanded offering.
- Data Center Reach – Colohouse’s dedicated servers are available to clients in a number of locations, including Miami, Florida; Colorado Springs, CO; Chicago, IL; Orangeburg, NY; Albany, NY; and Amsterdam, Netherlands.
- 24/7 Assistance – The goal of Colohouse’s Client Center is to provide 24/7 assistance through a variety of channels, including an online portal, email, phone, and live chat on colohouse.com.
- Dedication to Compliance and Security – Security and compliance are of utmost importance to Colohouse. In the autumn of 2023, they are scheduled to go through their first unified SOC audit for all data centers. The audit’s findings, which include hosting and dedicated servers, will be made accessible upon request via their website.
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Colocation, Cloud, Bare Metal, and Beyond
“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,” said Colohouse CEO Jeremy Pease while discussing this combination. “We recognize that businesses today require flexible options to address their IT infrastructure needs. This is a step for us to create an ecosystem within Colohouse that gives our customers room to test their applications instantly or have a solution for backups and migrations with the same provider. The same provider that knows the nuances of a customer’s IT infrastructure, like colocation or cloud, can also advise or assist that same customer with alternative solutions that enhance their overall IT infrastructure.”
Emphasizing the client-centric approach, Mr. Pease said, “The customer journey and experience is our top priority. Consolidating the brands into Colohouse removes confusion about the breadth of our offerings. Our capability to provide colocation, cloud, and hosting services supports our customers’ growing demand for infrastructure that can be optimized for cost, performance and security. This move also consolidates our internal functions, which will continue to improve the customer experience at all levels.”
All TurnKey Internet products are currently available on colohouse.com. TurnKey Internet customers will not be impacted by transitioning from the TurnKey Internet to Colohouse, the company added. All Colohouse and TurnKey Internet clients would continue to receive the industry’s best service and support.
In addition, Colohouse will be launching its first-ever ‘Black Friday Sale’ for all their dedicated servers and other hosting solutions. According to Colohouse, TurnKey Internet’s clients have incorporated this annual sale in their project planning and budget cycles to take advantage of the price breaks. The sale will begin in mid-November on colohouse.com.