(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Infinitie Networks announced today that it has rebranded.
Infinitie Networks will begin operating under the new trade name ServerHub effective immediately. With the adoption of its new brand, tagline and logo, ServerHub has simultaneously launched their redesigned website http://www.serverhub.com. The rebrand is the positive outcome of their unprecedented growth and increasing recognition in the Iaas field. The rebranding will continue to build and foster ServerHub’s unparalleled dedication to offering Dedicated Servers, Cloud Servers and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) – all built on the ServerHub Platform.
“Infinitie Networks is becoming ServerHub. Same Ownership, New Simple Name.” said Chief Executive Officer, John Brancela. “As we move through 2012 and early 2013, Infinitie Networks servers customers can anticipate transition activity as operations are moved to ServerHub branded sites. You can expect Billing and Customer Support links to change as we transition to the new brand name. Our brand change will not affect your pricing or any services that you may have. Visit http://www.serverhub.com to check out our new and exciting brand!”
ServerHub (Formally Infinitie Networks) debuted into the web hosting market in June 2001 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Eonix Corporation, which was founded in June 2000.
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. 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 start ups to global enterprises