Henderson, NV, May 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- ServerHub, a privately held Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider that specializes in dedicated server and cloud based virtualization applications, along with Eonix Corporation, the parent company of ServerHub today announced that it has raised over $1.3 million dollars in debt-finance funding backed by various debt financing lenders.
This Debt Financing agreement will continue to propel ServerHub as it experiences considerable growth in the Infrastructure-as-a-Service and hosted services market; the latest financing will also allow the company to focus on growth in new markets within the United States and into the EU which is slated to be announced later this year.
“We are extremely excited about this latest round of debt financing that we've obtained from our strategic partners, and we have been extremely pleased with the process. We’ve enjoyed working our working relationships throughout this process and we are extremely excited for the bright future ahead of us,” said John Brancela Chief Executive Officer.
ServerHub has made considerable investments into the network in which it operates in Dallas and Phoenix with a complete overhaul which resulted in the company being able to provide some of the fastest connectivity speed within the United States, along with being able to offer up to 20G/sec in network connectivity per server.
ServerHub operates a global Infrastructure platform designed for ultimate reliability and scalability with customers in over 120 countries, setting the standard for the ServerHub 100% Network Uptime Promise. And ServerHub Customer Support staff are always ready when you need them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. ServerHub is a privately held Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider primarily located in the Southwestern United States that specializes in dedicated server and cloud based virtualization applications with Data Centers in Phoenix Arizona and Headquarters in Henderson Nevada. The ServerHub customer portfolio is made of a diverse mix from web startups to global enterprises.