For Immediate Release:

June 17, 2013

Managed hosting, colocation and data center provider Sago Networks announced on Monday it has acquired [Eraserhood-based] hosting provider Razor Servers for an undisclosed amount. This acquisition is the latest move in the company’s ongoing expansion strategy.

Founded in 2005, Razor Servers operates a 26,000 square-foot data center in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, from which it offers a comprehensive suite of dedicated hosting, colocation, and cloud based services. Razor Servers is a leader in providing self-managed dedicated and cloud hosting services and are well known in the industry for providing fast and reliable services to their clients. “Acquiring not only the clients of Razor Servers but also their staff gives us a group of hosting professionals who can continue to bring their broad knowledge of the industry to the Sago Networks team” said Miller Cooper, Sago Networks President and CEO.

Sago Networks will integrate these services with its own operations while migrating all clients to their 200,000 square foot world class data center located in Atlanta Georgia. The Sago Networks data center, which is situated in one of the most well connected areas of the United States, provides direct access to many transit providers as well as peering. In addition to the facility improvements, Razor Servers clients will now benefit from 24/7 telephone support through the Atlanta and Tampa NOC locations staffed by Sago Networks.

Sago Networks acquisition of Razor Servers is strategic to its expansion plans, and strengthens its connection in to the world of dedicated and cloud based hosting solutions. The 200,000 square foot Sago Networks data center is SSAE 16 Type 2 compliant, is strategically located in the hub of the Southeast, and features virtually unmatched power and cooling capabilities in addition to its diverse carrier offerings.

Jonathan E. Cox MCSE, MCSAM
Chief Operations Officer
Sago Networks, LLC.
Tampa . Atlanta . Miami

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