In 1996, pioneering Canadian startup Formatek embraced the potential of the web and began introducing organizations to a brand new way of working. The Internet. In 1998, founders Eric Chouinard and Martin Leclair consolidated Formatek and the rest of their portfolio of web services into iWeb Technologies, establishing the company’s first colocation and server hosting facilities in Montreal at the turn of the millenium.
Over time, iWeb would extend its network to include four further data centers in Montreal, as well as Points Of Presence in New York and Toronto. Today iWeb’s Canadian cloud data centers are host to thousands of businesses, services and innovators in more than 150 countries around the world.
In 2013 iWeb Technologies was acquired by INAP and incorporated into their network of data centers and portfolio of internet infrastructure services. Today, iWeb.com provides instant access to high-performance cloud computing and dedicated server hosting across INAP’s global network of data centers, with multilingual service and support and an industry-leading record for delivering near-continuous uptime at unwavering levels of network performance and availability.