17 Dec Tushaus Computer acquires Milwaukee business of Illinois data hosting company
Milwaukee, WI. – Tushaus Computer Services, a Wisconsin-based provider of information technology services, has acquired the customers and services provided in Milwaukee by FastRoot, formally known as Capital Internet.
Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
This acquisition combines Tushaus’ data center hosting, application, web development, and technical solutions with FastRoot’s expertise in Unix and data center hosting. The primary services acquired are e-mail and Unix hosting.
Gregg Tushaus, founder and CEO of Tushaus Computer Services, said his company acquired data center service customers from FastRoot in a deal that sharpens FastRoot’s focus on its core business, and transfers customers that fit with Tushaus’ core competencies in data center services.
These customers have shared, dedicated, and co-location hosting, Tushaus said in a statement released by the company.
Founded in 2001, FastRoot has headquarters in Chicago, software labs in Europe, and two enterprise-class hosting facilities in the Midwest.
Tushaus, founded in 1993, employs more than 135 people at its four locations – Milwaukee, Oshkosh, Green Bay, and Madison – with annual revenues exceeding $28 million.