Rackspace, Inc.

Rackspace, Inc.

Rackspace, Inc. is an open cloud company offering a diverse portfolio of cloud computing services, including public, dedicated and private cloud, and hybrid hosting. The company delivers enterprise-level managed services to businesses of all sizes around the world, serving more than 14,000 customers in eight data centers worldwide.

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