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Zachary McClung | Structure Research

September 01, 2012

FireHost one of 42 i2Coalition Founding Members  Today, the Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition) marked its official launch with a video announcing the group’s formation from i2Coalition co-founder and Board Chair Christian Dawson.  With 42 current member companies, i2Coalition is comprised of key players representing global and U.S. Internet infrastructure providers and related tech firms. 

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Philbert Shih | Structure Research

August 01, 2012

FireHost has partnered with DNS hosting specialist Dyn and fully integrated the service with FireHost’s platform. Dyn has a global network of 17 PoPs on five continents. It basically acts as a traffic cop for FireHost, it routes DNS requests to the most optimal node on its network.  

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Philbert Shih | Structure Research

August 01, 2012

FireHost landed a new customer for its UK-based data centre. The new customer is Mind Candy, based in Shoreditch, UK. Mind Candy is a children’s entertainment company. Mind Candy moved its e-commerce infrastructure to FireHost.  

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Philbert Shih | Structure Research

June 01, 2012

FireHost has disclosed impressive growth rates to us over the last few quarters. In our last quarterly report, for example, we noted how FireHost grew over 30% q/q and nearly 200% y/y (the percentages are high due to FireHost’s relatively small size and the positive impact of some larger customer wins).

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William Fellows | 451 Research

June 01, 2012

FireHost offers what it claims to be secure hosting in a 100% multi-tenant environment, built from the ground up with compliance and security in mind. Anyone thinking about a secure public cloud environment should take a look at FireHost as they consider suppliers.

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Joseph Feiman | Gartner

April 01, 2012

FireHost named in Gartner Cool Vendors report. CISOs and other security decision makers should consider new providers of service- and cloud-based security. Gartner’s Cool Vendors will not be appropriate for every enterprise, but their offerings point to new directions in increasingly important areas of security.