ATLANTA, Nov. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- MacStadium today announced it ranked No. 20 on Deloitte's Technology Fast 500, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America. MacStadium grew 5,341 percent during this three year period and was ranked No. 1 in the communications/networking industry and No. 1 in Georgia, where MacStadium's headquarters is located.
MacStadium's chief executive officer, Greg McGraw, credits the company's rapid growth with being the only hosting company offering dedicated Apple Mac cloud environments for large-scale iOS application development, testing, and building. McGraw stated, "We found the right mix of people and technology focused on solving continuous integration and continuous delivery challenges and we're benefiting from it today. It's exciting for our team to continue to be recognized while growing both in the United States and abroad with the recent launch of our EU-based data center."
Founded in 2012, MacStadium is the leading Apple Mac hosting provider focused on supplying dedicated servers and private cloud hosting solutions to software developers in over 50 countries around the world using its patented platform. It has raised a total of over $7M from angel investors, Silicon Valley Bank, Apple Financial Services, and Data Sales Co. MacStadium was named #44 in the 2016 INC 5000 and #4 in IT Services. MacStadium is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia with international operations in Dublin, Ireland.
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