The rise of media-rich applications available online, combined with demand for
increased IT capacity has grown the Internet hosting provider’s footprint from
3,000 servers in 2006 to over 10,000 dedicated servers today.
“The fact is that many companies today are using IP-based technologies to
keep IT spending under control, or to reduce spending. IT budget restrictions
mean that the companies we work with are outsourcing their infrastructure to
iWeb instead of financing their servers, maintaining them and building their
own data centers.” says Eric Chouinard, iWeb’s President and CEO. He adds that
“because they have trusted iWeb with the management of their servers, iWeb’s
customers can focus on their core business.”
iWeb, who provides hosted dedicated servers as a monthly service, has
seen its revenues increase at least 60% every year since 2003.
“When iWeb started providing dedicated server hosting in 2002, it was as
an experiment, 10,000 servers later it has become iWeb’s core business” says
iWeb’s President of Products and Technology, Martin Leclair. “iWeb is now in a
position to start creating a server product that has even more value for the
customer” confirms the enthusiastic co-founder of iWeb.
The Montreal-based company, who recently announced a 92% increase in
first quarter revenues, will be rolling out theme-based marketing campaigns,
revolving around the number 10,000, to promote its dedicated server hosting
services. Since becoming a public company in 2004, iWeb has been steadily
growing to become one of Canada’s largest IP hosting firms.