The CEO of Datacenter.com has stepped down after four years at the firm.
Jochem Steman was one of the founders of Datacenter.com in 2016. According to the company, a replacement has yet to be found and it is unclear where Steman plans to move on to next.
Datacenter.com has been contacted for a comment.
“Friends, colleagues and followers, another chapter closes my career," said Steman, in a LinkedIn post. “For those who are concerned about me please don't be - I love Datacenter.com and I am extremely proud of what we have created and accomplished with such an incredible team in such a short time.
In an official statement on the company's website, Steman said: “It has been a tremendous privilege to serve as the CEO of Datacenter.com. I’ve been with Datacenter.com since the company was founded and I have hugely enjoyed my time at Datacenter.com and found the work extremely fulfilling and rewarding."
There's no word on a replacement, or of a new post for Steman. All the ex-CEO said was: “I do believe it is now time to move on to the next stage of my career, to continue pursuing new challenges. I am confident that I am leaving the company both financially and operationally strong at an extremely exciting time in its development and with a very bright future ahead."
Datacenter.com has three data centers located in Dallas, Singapore, and Amsterdam. The company says the facilities offer customers high capacity colocation based on their power consumption.