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|Type||A division of PEER 1|
Public Company (TSX data re Peer 1)
|Key people||Richard Yoo, Founder|
Fabio Banducci, CEO
Gary Sherlock, EVP and CFO
Robert Miggins, SVP Business Development
Rajan Sodhi, VP of Marketing
Ryan Murphey, VP Facilities & Data Center Operations
|Industry||Dedicated Web Hosting |
ServerBeach is a hosting provider based in San Antonio, Texas, offering hardware, bandwidth, automation tools and technical support to start-ups and small to mid-sized businesses. ServerBeach was started in 2002 by Richard Yoo, the former CEO of Rackspace. In 2004, it was acquired by PEER 1, a Vancouver, B.C.-based IT infrastructure provider for $US 7.5 million in cash, a management services contract, and other bandwidth services. Following the acquisition, Yoo left ServerBeach and returned to Rackspace.
Video sharing website YouTube hosted its site at ServerBeach until November 2007, when the last of its architecture was migrated to Google. ServerBeach responded to the move by posting a humorous video to YouTube detailing the difficulties it had experienced with YouTube as a client.
ServerBeach has 10,000 servers and is built on the PEER 1 network with 15 data centers and network locations in 17 cities in North America and Europe.
- ↑ "ServerBeach targeting little fish in Web-hosting market.", San Antonio Business Journal (2005-7-15) Retrieved on 7 January 2009
- ↑ "Peer 1 Network Signs Definitive Agreement to Acquire ServerBeach." (2004-10-5) Retrieved on 7 January 2009
- ↑ "S.A. Web hosting business is sold.", San Antonio Express-News, Retrieved on 7 January 2009
- ↑ "ServerBeach sends YouTube a video kiss-off", CNET (2008-2-11) Retrieved on 6 January 2009.
- ↑ ServerBeach Reaches 10,000 Server Milestone