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Meet IONOS: HackerNoon Company of the Weekby@companyoftheweek
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Meet IONOS: HackerNoon Company of the Week

by Company of the WeekJune 3rd, 2024
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IONOS is the largest web hosting and cloud company in Europe. IONOS manages more than 8 million customer contracts and hosts over 12 million domains in their own regional data centers in the US and Europe. IONOS has sponsored a Web Development Writing Contest on HackerNoon. The contest generated 249 stories with hundreds and thousands of reads and almost 71 days of reading time.
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We are back with another Company of the Week feature! Every week, we share an awesome tech brand from our tech company database, making their evergreen mark on the internet. This unique HackerNoon database ranks S&P 500 companies and top startups of the year alike. This week, we are proud to present IONOS - the largest web hosting and cloud company in Europe. IONOS manages more than 8 million customer contracts and hosts over 12 million domains in their own regional data centers in the US and Europe.



IONOS <> HackerNoon Tech Community

IONOS has sponsored a Web Development Writing Conteston HackerNoon, that generated 249 stories during the contest with hundreds and thousands of reads and almost 71 days of reading time - A win for IONOS, HackerNoon, and our web development community!

See the finalists' stories and winners' announcements
here.


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Meet IONOS : #FunFact

IONOS was founded in 1988 as 1&1 building its own data center architecture and extensive network from scratch. In 2018, 1&1 combined its web hosting, applications, and server product lines with ProfitBricks’ cloud infrastructure solutions, becoming 1&1 IONOS. In 2020, they rebranded again as IONOS - a digital partner for web hosting and cloud partner for small and medium-sized businesses.

"We very much see ourselves as an alternative for big tech, especially for mid-size businesses. Some examples are fairer pricing, designing SLA based on client requirements and a commitment to using and offering open-source technologies (eg. Nextcloud, MariaDB, Alma Linux, Kernel development). We play an active role in sponsoring and co-developing open-source CMS like Typo3, Joomla." - Simon Morgan, Marketing Manager, IONOS in an AMA with HackerNoon.


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