Internap

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Internap
Internap Public (NASDAQINAP
Industry Internet Services
Founded 1996
Headquarters Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Key people

Eric Cooney, President, CEO[1]

Daniel C. Stanzione, Chairman of the Board[2]
Products Hosting, Data Center, Cloud Computing, IP networking services, Content Delivery Network
Revenue $273,592,000 (2012)
Number of employees
500 (approximate)
Website internap.com

Founded in May 1996 in Seattle, Internap (NASDAQ: INAP) is a publicly traded company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, that provides high-performance Internet infrastructure. Internap’s solutions include Cloud Computing, Internet Protocol (IP), data center, Content Delivery Network (CDN) services.[3] The company delivers its Performance IP, hosting, cloud, colocation and hybrid services through Private Network Access Points (P-NAP®) in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Australia.[4]

In May 2000, Internap acquired CO Space[5] and officially entered the colocation market. The company offers colocation services in New York, Boston, Atlanta, Houston, Seattle, Santa Clara, Dallas, and most recently, Los Angeles.[6] In 2012, the company reported that it expanded its company-controlled data center footprint with the addition of 26,000 net sellable square feet across its Los Angeles and Atlanta markets.[7] The newly expanded Atlanta data center was named first in Georgia to achieve Green Globes Certification and the Dallas-Fort Worth data center was the first in Texas to achieve Green Globes certification.

Internap acquired VitalStream Holdings, Inc., in February 2007. Internap joined the cloud space in 2011 with the launch of the world's first commercially available OpenStack™ Cloud Compute service.[8] In early 2012, Internap announced that it had acquired Voxel Holdings, Inc., a provider of scalable hosting and cloud services for enterprise users. In November 2013, Internap announced the acquisition of iWeb, a hosting and cloud provider based in Montreal, Canada.[9]

Internap has approximately 13,000 customers ranging from startup to enterprise in the U.S. and abroad and approximately 500 employees.[3] Its customers are companies that require high-performance Internet services for business-critical applications, such as advertising technology, online analytics, big data and ecommerce. Internap has a foundation in the online retail, online gaming, SaaS, financial and business services industries.

Internap's President/CEO, Eric Cooney, since March 2009, serves as a member on the company’s Board of Directors. He was previously president and CEO of TANDBERG Television.[10] The company named Daniel C. Stanzione, non-executive Chairman of the Board in June 2009; he has served as a director since 2004.[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Eric Cooney, President, CEO". internap.com. 
  2. ^ "Daniel C. Stanzione, Chairman of the Board". internap.com. 
  3. ^ a b "Internap, Annual Report, 2012" (PDF). shareholder.com. 
  4. ^ "Reuters Internap Company Profile". Reuters. 
  5. ^ Number subject to change as Internap expands services. Refer to recent SEC filings and annual reports on the company’s website "Internap.com website". 
  6. ^ "Internap "Los Angeles Colocation" data sheet". internap.com. 
  7. ^ "Internap 2012 Annual Report" (PDF). files.shareholder.com. 
  8. ^ "Internap launches OpenStack™ Cloud Compute service". 
  9. ^ "Internap Announces Acquisition of Hosting Provider iWeb". 
  10. ^ "Internap Names Eric Cooney as President, CEO and Director" (Press release). internap.com. 
  11. ^ "Internap Leadership Bio". internap.com.