Dallas, Texas – (The Hosting News) – February 17, 2009 – Downtown Dallas, Texas technology company, Limestone Networks, Inc., has indicated that it expects to grow significantly in 2009, with plans to meet the growth, with new staff.
Gary Kendall, CEO of Limestone remarked, ”While many companies are scaling back and laying people off, our company is experiencing phenomenal growth. In fact, we have seen a sales and revenue increase that is more than 300% above last year’s numbers month over month.”
Limestone Networks specializes in providing Dedicated Server Hosting services to the small and medium sized businesses in the Web Hosting, Shared Hosting, VOIP, Gaming, and Virtual Private Server market.
Mr. Kendall added, ”These markets continue to see an explosive growth with no signs of letting up, and the hosting industry, generally, does not seem to be affected by the economy. Companies still need to be online, and a lot of new business is coming from people who have been laid off and are starting up their own businesses. Because of our growth, we expect to bring several hundred new technology jobs to the city over the next couple of years.”
Mr. Kendall says his growing company needs more office space and is currently reviewing options ranging from expanded facilities in downtown Dallas where we already have space or perhaps one of the technology friendly northern suburbs. The executive team is in discussions with several suburbs to see what incentives may be offered.
Mr. Kendall added, ”We are very pleased with our current Data Center space downtown and have no plans to move that facility. The current facility features all-fiber connectivity to the Internet, the latest in power, cooling and security systems and is probably the most secure data centre in commercial use. Our real need is for our rapidly expanding office and support staff.”
Mr. Kendall concluded, ”There are a lot of factors to be weighed. We like being in the downtown area because it’s a dynamic environment with many advantages for business. But lease rates are lower in the technology parks and they frequently offer incentives to relocate, so we