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Ntirety

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Ntirety
Type
Privately held
IndustryManaged IT Services
Founded 📆2019
Founder 👔
Headquarters 🏙️Austin, Texas, United States
Area served 🗺️
Key people
Emil Sayegh, CEO and president;
John Faulkner, Chief Financial Officer;
Products 🎛️ 🧴Managed IT Services and IT Consulting Services
Members
Number of employees
Websitewww.ntirety.com
address
telephone

Ntirety is a technology services company headquartered in Austin, Texas, United States, founded through a merger between Hostway and Hosting in 2019. It provides businesses with Information Technology (IT) management services [1] that include dedicated servers, public cloud, and private cloud, as well as databases, colocation, and disaster recovery.

History[edit]

Hostway Founding[edit]

In 1998, University of Chicago alumni Lucas Roh, John Lee, Arnold Choi and two other business partners acquired Spectronet Inc., a Web hosting company in the Chicago suburbs with annual revenues of $30,000. They renamed the company Hostway Services Inc. and began preparations to expand its reach in the US and international markets.[2]

Roh previously served as a computer scientist at Argonne National Laboratory, conducting pioneering research in the emerging field of "automatic differentiation". He also worked for six years as a software and hardware engineer at Tektronics and Hewlett-Packard prior to becoming a founding partner, president and CEO of Hostway.

In September 2016, Emil Sayegh joined Hostway as president and CEO. Prior to Hostway, Emil was the chairman of the board, CEO, and president of Codero Hosting, VP of Cloud Services at HP, and VP/GM of Cloud at Rackspace.

Hosting.com Founding[edit]

Founded in 1997, Hosting.com was a web hosting company offering shared hosting, dedicated hosting, managed hosting, colocation, disaster recovery, and business continuance services. Hosting was headquartered in Denver, Colorado with data centers across the U.S.[3]

Ntirety Founding via Merger of Hostway and Hosting.com[edit]

In January 2019, Hostway and Hosting.com announced a merger to create one of the largest managed cloud service platforms in the world [4]. In September 2019, the merged companies announced that they would fold all entities under the Ntirety brand name previously purchased by Hosting.com. [5].

Globalization[edit]

After the merger of Hostway and Hosting.com, Ntirety remains a privately held company throughout the merger and combined global reach, currently operating data centers and/or local offices in the following cities:[6]

  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Tampa, Florida
  • San Antonio, Texas
  • Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Toronto, Ontario
  • Hanover, Germany
  • Louisville, Kentucky
  • Newark, New Jersey
  • Denver, Colorado

References[edit]

  1. "HOSTWAY, HOSTING SHED LEGACY ASSOCIATIONS WITH REBRAND AS NTIRETY". 451Research. Retrieved 2019-09-13.
  2. 40 Under 40 2003 | Crain's Chicago Business
  3. "Tech co. with Glasgow office merges, rebrands". DelawareBusinessTimes. Retrieved 2019-12-02.
  4. "Merged Hosting Companies Hostway, Hosting Now Named Ntirety". HostingJournalist. Retrieved 2019-09-16.
  5. "After merger, Austin cloud services firm reborn as Ntirety". Statesman. Retrieved 2019-09-10.
  6. "Providers-Ntirety". Datacenters.com. 2019.

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