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redstation.com

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Acquired | Acquired

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$0000 

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$0000 

About Redstation

Redstation manages thousands of servers, hosting thousands of critical websites, email accounts and other applications, for clients in more than 50 countries.

Redstation Headquarter Location

2 Frater Gate Business Park, Aerodrome Road Gosport

Hampshire, England, PO13 0GW,

United Kingdom

Latest Redstation News

UK cloud company iomart Group Acquires Redstation for £8 million

Sep 5, 2013

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