McLean, Va., August 25, 2009 — ServInt, a pioneering provider of high-reliability, managed web hosting for businesses worldwide, today announced the promotion of Matthew Loschert to the new position of Chief Technology Officer. Loschert, 34, joined ServInt in 1998 and has served as its Vice President of Technology since 2006.
In this position, Loschert will continue to be responsible for the technical direction of ServInt’s industry-leading, web-hosting services. This includes the evaluation and testing of high-performance hardware and software solutions, and the integration of those solutions into ServInt’s offerings. His responsibilities also include management of new and existing relationships with technical vendors. Loschert will also continue to manage all technical personnel throughout the growing ServInt organization.
During his tenure, Loschert has led many critical ServInt technical initiatives, including the Company’s early adoption of virtualization technology and the creation of a widely popular Virtual Private Server (VPS) solution in 2003. Since then, he has continued to refine ServInt’s offerings by embracing the adoption of new technology through new vendor partnerships and internal systems development.
“For years, Matt has served as the chief architect of our technical operations, designing and implementing new services and building our technical infrastructure,” said ServInt CEO and Founder Reed Caldwell. “His forward-thinking approach to technical development has helped ServInt maintain its position as a globally recognized leader in VPS and Managed Enterprise Server hosting solutions.”
Loschert earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from the University of Richmond, with majors in Economics and Religion.
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