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PlusServer AG Takes Over Hosting Activities of synergetic AG

HUERTH, Germany, March 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --



PlusServer  strengthens  its  position  as  a  market  leader  in  the  German  Managed  Hosting  Sector

PlusServer AG, a leading international provider of professional hosting solutions, is announcing the acquisition of the hosting activities of synergetic AG. This strengthens the company's position as one of the leading managed hosting providers in the German-speaking world.

The portfolio of the business areas taken over by PlusServer AG comprises individual managed hosting solutions for international corporations as well as highly available e-commerce solutions. Shared hosting packages under the brand name "Loomes", digital MPLS fixed connections for internet connection and the location networking of companies also form part of this business area. Synergetic's servers are housed entirely in their own, highly modern data centre in Wendlingen near Stuttgart.

Thomas Strohe, CEO of PlusServer AG comments on the acquisition, "The additional capacity that we now have thanks to the takeover of the hosting area of synergetic AG, will strengthen our position as a market leader in the German managed hosting area again. Both the hosting customers and employees of synergetic benefit in equal measure from the strong backing of a corporation which has been successful in the hosting market for more than 15 years".

"synergetic AG has decided to concentrate on the business areas of e-commerce and agency service provision in the future", explains Markus Krämer, a member of the Managing Board of synergetic AG. "In the increasingly competitive hosting market, the company has joined forces with PlusServer AG, in order to carry out the necessary future investments there. Therefore we can continue to serve customers with the usual quality, flexibility, and performance."

About  PlusServer  AG

With over two million active web sites, as well as approximately 40,000 customer systems in two of its own data centres in Europe and the USA, PlusServer AG has been one of the worldwide market leaders in dedicated hosting for over 15 years. With the brands PlusServer, internet24, serverloft, Unmetered.com and Server4You, PlusServer AG covers the entire spectrum of dedicated server solutions for business customers, private customers and resellers. In doing so, the hoster convinces with the latest technology and the best price-performance ratio on the market.

About  synergetic  AG

With group sales in the double-digit million range and around 130 staff in all affiliated companies, the Wendling-based company synergetic AG is one of the largest multimedia internet companies in the German-speaking world. Synergetic has offered professional communication solutions since 1995 as a full service ISP. From domains, hosting, servers, online backup and cloud services to networking of office locations, synergetic guarantees tailor-made solutions.

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PlusServer AG, Thomas Strohe
Phone: +49-2233/612 0
[email protected]

http://www.plusserver.de

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