Endurance International Group
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|Traded as||NASDAQ: EIGI|
|Industry||Web hosting, domain registration|
|Headquarters||Burlington, Massachusetts, United States|
Number of locations
|Products||Multiple webhosting sites|
Endurance International Group, Inc. (EIG), formerly BizLand, is a web hosting company. The company was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts,. It achieved its size by acquiring a large number of smaller companies, which it continues to operate under the original brand names.
American citizen Anthony Chai filed a lawsuit against Netfirms on August 24, 2011, alleging Netfirms disclosed his IP address and email to the government of Thailand after Chai posted comments on a website hosted by Netfirms.
In April 2014, a major network issue at the data center in Provo, Utah, affected customers of Bluehost, HostMonster and JustHost, and took down many of the dedicated servers owned by HostGator customers.[relevant? ]
- The Endurance International Group, Inc., Bloomberg Businessweek. Retrieved April 12, 2011
- Rich Miller, IPOWER, Endurance International Announce Merger, NetCraft, May 9, 2007
- Demos, Telis. "Web Hoster Endurance International Preps for IPO". WSJ. Retrieved 17 April 2014.
- Sledge, Matt. "Anthony Chai Lawsuit Against Netfirms.com Involves Interrogation At LAX McDonald's By Thai Police". Huffington Post. Retrieved 17 April 2014.
- Warren, Christina. "Bluehost, HostGator and HostMonster Go Down". Mashable. Retrieved 17 April 2014.