Emil Sayegh
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Aug 7, 2015
The cloud has caused a revolution in the technology market and has upended the way businesses roll out applications, aggregate and process data, and more. When talking about cloud application, platform development, and adoption, it all comes down to value. Visionary tech leaders are the ones introducing the cloud to their businesses, as they understand its real-world implications and application. Cloud innovation is identifiable in distinct development phases that start with ideas and roll into production. These same leaders are the ones called upon, once… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Jul 17, 2015
Codero is thrilled to announce the launch of the latest installation of the Codero Cloud in our state-of-the-art Dallas data center. This launch marks the next generation of our cloud infrastructure, which is powered by 100% solid-state drives and is the only On-Demand Hybrid Cloud in the world. That means you’ll experience high-end performance for any new application or website you launch, which is always a requirement. In addition to launching the newest Codero Cloud environment, Codero has taken the step to make the Codero… Read More
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Jul 14, 2015
As a Codero employee, one of my favorite things to do is discover customers of ours that have unique, awesome stories and are helping to transform the world into a better place. I’d like to introduce you to Zespy Programming Services, which is helping to make the world a smaller place by creating a place for students around the world to learn English for specialized jobs. Zespy’s work changes the way people internationalize business and opens new doors for people to attain the exact career… Read More
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Jun 9, 2015
NETGEAR is one of the biggest names in the world of tech. Its networking products connect people to the internet and give businesses the networking, storage, and security solutions to excel. NETGEAR has worked hard to maintain its status as the leader in connecting the world to the internet, and recently started using Codero’s hosting platform to continue its global growth. The History of NETGEAR NETGEAR began in 1996 to focus on providing networking solutions for small businesses and homes. NETGEAR was the brainchild of… Read More
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Jun 4, 2015
Moore’s Law states that “over the history of computing hardware, the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit has doubled approximately every two years.” While this sentiment mainly applies to the processing power of computers, the same type of pattern can be seen in the world of data growth and storage. The amount of data being generated today is enormous! By 2020, it’s expected to reach 40,000 exabytes (EB), which is more than 5.2 TB of data per person on the planet! That’s a… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Jun 2, 2015
I am thrilled to announce that BLM Acquisition Corp., a consortium of 32 regional telecom and broadband providers, has acquired Codero. This ushers in a very exciting era for the Codero team, Codero customers, and the new Codero investors. This is a very unique transaction in the hosting space and an instantly transformative acquisition for us and for our customers. Background This deal is not the typical capital investment commonly executed by companies as a means to grow. It is not a larger competitor acquiring… Read More
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May 26, 2015
Hosting resellers play a vital role in providing a value added service to end customers. Resellers buy hosting products and services from larger companies, such as Codero, add their own specialized layer of services onto those products, then re-sell the entire package to their customers. In the early days of hosting, when the market was dominated by large companies offering limited services, resellers helped shape the service-driven hosting offering. As a reseller, you need to find a company that’s dependable and affordable, while also guaranteeing… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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May 14, 2015
Uptime is everything! Today’s users expect their apps and websites to deliver their data fast and reliably, regardless of what’s happening at the data center. Defending against possible single points of failure may not be top-of-mind when you first build your infrastructure, but putting this protection in place is vital to keeping your data available 24/7. Ultimately, it’s critical to keeping your customers happy, and ensuring your peace of mind. Protection is more affordable and easier than you think. While you can protect your data… Read More