Internap Corporation (NASDAQ: INAP) is a provider of data center services including colocation, managed hosting, cloud and network services. The company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, United States with company-controlled data centers located in North America, EMEA, and APAC.
Internap was founded in 1996 and initially headquartered in Seattle. During the dot-com bubble, the company was smart to go public. The Initial Public Offering (IPO) took place in 1999 on the NASDAQ with the symbol INAP. Internap sold 9.5 million shares at $20 apiece, and the stock climbed as high as $73 before closing just below $53.
INAP relocated its headquarters from Seattle to Atlanta.
INAP acquired CO Space, Inc which provided the company with its data center offering.
Acquired Voxel for $35 million in cash. Voxel provided on-demand dedicated hosting and cloud services to enterprises and Web-centric businesses. Voxel had more than 1,000 customers and has approximately 50 employees.
Acquired iWeb, a Montreal-based web hosting and colocation services provider, for $145 million.
In September, Peter D. Aquino became the CEO of Internap. Aquino replaced Mike Ruffolo who's short tenure lasted from May 2015 to September 2016.
Peter D. Aquino
Although Internap is a carrier, the company operates a "carrier neutral" data center. There are a half dozen networks in the site, plus more via the CoreSite Meet-Me-Room
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