PORTLAND, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Thomas Brenneke, founder and president of Network Redux, a leading managed Web and application hosting provider, has been named one of the Portland Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 for 2014. The annual list recognizes influential business executives under the age of 40. Award recipients were honored at a luncheon at the Nines Hotel on Feb. 13.
Brenneke founded Network Redux in 2004 at age 22 and, without relying on investors, led the company to rapid growth. Today, Network Redux has 900 clients around the world and offices in three countries. Sales growth reached 25 percent in 2012. Network Redux was named Best Dedicated/Managed Website Host for 2014 by We Rock Your Web.
Prior to founding Network Redux, Brenneke co-founded Network Eleven, a Web host provider, where he managed hosting and development services for 1,000 customers in Linux environments.
Brenneke is a member of the Young Entrepreneur Council and Dell’s Founders Club, and in 2012 he was chosen by the Chilean government to evaluate early-stage entrepreneur applications for Start-Up Chile, a program designed to attract world-class businesses to the country.
He is also actively involved in the local community. Philanthropic efforts have included contributions toward the construction of the Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center, the hospital that delivered his premature daughter, and a donation of Dell laptops, projectors and digital cameras to Hough Elementary School in Vancouver, Wash.
Brenneke attended the University of Portland, where he studied economics.
About Network Redux
Based in Portland, Ore., Network Redux is a Web hosting and managed service provider that develops, deploys and manages virtual IT environments, ranging from virtual servers to complex enterprise platforms or private clouds, for individuals and companies around the world. The company serves as an outsourced IT department, managing crucial data and security infrastructures with a global content delivery network throughout the Americas, Asia, Australia and Europe. Linux-based and developer-minded, Network Redux’s scalable hosting services are premised on fundamentals of transparency, open source and Tier-1 infrastructure that is privately owned and managed by the company. Network Redux, founded by Thomas Brenneke in 2004, hosts thousands of client websites and operates four data centers (in Boston; Portland, Ore.; Seattle; and Washington, D.C.) and 22 points of presence for content delivery networks. Network Redux is able to respond to client IT requests of any severity level at any time through satellite offices in Ontario and Kochi, India. To find out more, visit www.networkredux.com.