Archive for the ‘About Codero’ Category

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May 6, 2014
At Codero, we’re always working to support our customers’ businesses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. That's why we're proud to announce the opening of our flagship world-class data center in the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) area. Our customers are growing tremendously, and the need for high performance cloud, dedicated hosting and On-Demand Hybrid Cloud services is growing along with them. Expanding Our Capacity to Support Our Customers' Technology [caption id="attachment_6232" align="alignright" width="385"] Data Center After Construction was Completed[/caption]… Read More
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Apr 21, 2014
Continued - Here are parts 3, 4 & 5 of Sramana Mitra's, Silicon Valley tech industry Blog, Codero CEO and President, Emil Sayegh talks trends in cloud hosting. Thought Leaders in Cloud Computing: Codero CEO, Emil Sayegh (Part 3) Posted on Sunday, April 20th 2014 Sramana Mitra: Give me the number again of where you would say the flip happens from a public cloud to a hybrid cloud. Emil Sayegh: The flip is starting to happen as companies that started in the cloud are looking at… Read More
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Apr 18, 2014
Published in Silicon Valley Sramana Mitra's tech industry BLOG, Codero CEO and President, Emil Sayegh talks trends in cloud hosting. Have a read to learn some more about the cloud industry's history and some of the trends he has been tracking. Thought Leaders in Cloud Computing: Codero CEO, Emil Sayegh (Part 1) Posted on Friday, Apr 18th 2014 Cloud hosting, as companies scale, is moving from public cloud to hybrid cloud. More in this discussion. Sramana Mitra: Emil, tell us about Codero and yourself so that… Read More
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Apr 1, 2014
New Design will be Open Sourced Under the Apache 2.0 Licence [caption id="attachment_6169" align="alignleft" width="300"] Codero's New Used Oil Recycling Truck[/caption] Codero Hosting based out of Austin, Texas announced today that they are launching a new data center in Dallas Fort Worth which will feature their new servers designed to run almost entirely on used vegetable oil. The ingredients and process haven’t changed much in about 110 years, including the fact that it generates plenty of heat. Codero CEO, Emil Sayegh, a hosting industry visionary… Read More
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Mar 6, 2014
It’s SXSW time again and at Codero, we are getting amp'd up for the 2014 Interactive conference. This is the time here in Austin when over thirty thousand of the best and brightest leaders in technology drop-in on the Texas capital for SXSW Interactive. It is a few days of insightful, forward thinking speakers, panels and showcase expositions across technology topics including SaaS, Mobile, Gaming, eCommerce and a lot more. And if you think that sounds like a lot of excitement, it doesn’t even include… Read More
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Feb 27, 2014
[caption id="attachment_6057" align="alignright" width="213"] Eli Bowman - CFO[/caption] It is with tremendous pride that we have formally announced the promotion of Eli Bowman to Chief Financial Officer of Codero today. Eli has been with the company a number of years and is deep with what we like to call "Codero DNA". A true leader that has exceeded expectations in both his core job functions, and outside of them. Eli has functioned as the VP of Finance and Controller since October of 2008. In the last… Read More
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Jan 28, 2014
The following is the press release we issued Tuesday, January 28th regarding our recent funding from Silicon Valley Bank and Farnam Street Financial. ________________________________________________________________________________ Codero Hosting announced that it received $8 million in financing from Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and Farnam Street Financial. The capital financing enables Codero to deploy new data centers across the U.S. and Europe and expand its hosting portfolio to serve more customers and multiple data center locations. “We have outpaced our industry’s growth, expanding faster than other hosting and cloud providers… Read More
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Dec 19, 2013
One of the complaints I hear most often from folks in network-related roles is that they feel like they're being crammed into a little box. There's plenty to learn and do in technical roles, but too frequently people are only allowed to work on a very small subset of tasks with limited responsibilities. Recently, I was interviewing a candidate and asked what technology they most wanted to work on. Their response was, "Well, I really want to be able to work on the core routing… Read More