Ars Technicapital reader, jordan, has just received an update to his Amazon account, confirming the company’s plan to merge with Rackspace.
We don’t yet know how much this change will affect you personally, but we’ll update this article when we do.
In a statement, Amazon’s CTO, Brian Goldner, said the company has no plans to shut down its cloud infrastructure.
“We’re committed to delivering the best service and support possible, and are actively exploring options to expand our cloud computing capabilities.
It’s unclear how much Rackspace will retain. “
If there’s any way we can deliver better support to our customers, we’ll continue to work with our partners to do that.”
It’s unclear how much Rackspace will retain.
The company was founded in 2001 and has been making cloud hosting and hosting software since 2001.
It currently employs more than 1,300 people, and it operates in more than 100 countries.
The news comes just days after Amazon confirmed it would buy Rackspace for $250 million in a $600 million deal.