In 25 years, we have grown from a start-up into an established ICT company serving 100,000 customers. As a provider, host, and data center operator, we have already notched up many milestones:
The new high-performance data center is splendidly opened together with representatives from politics, customers and employees.
Frank Boller hands over operative management of the green.ch Group to Roger Süess as of July 1, 2019.
Representatives from the realms of politics and business joined Green and its employees to celebrate the laying of the cornerstone for the new data center Zürich-West 3.
Ground has been broken for the new high-performance data center. The first customers will move in as soon as mid-2019.
green.ch AG and Green Datacenter AG are being acquired by InfraVia Capital Partners, an independent European investment company specialized in the infrastructure sector. The new owner reinforces our growth course and we will continue to invest in our infrastructures and services.
New: All IT resources at green.ch are now available as flexible cloud services. The virtual datacenter is open.
The InnovationTower will become the company’s new headquarter. Our vision of not only backing up data in Lupfig, in Aargau, but also creating jobs at this location, has now been achieved.
The green.ch Group takes over the high-security data center belonging to insurance company Zurich Versicherung in order to further extend its data center capacity.
Franz Grüter hands over operative management of the green.ch Group to Frank Boller as of January 1, 2016.
We celebrate our 20th anniversary, and thank you for putting your trust in us.
After opening the second tract at the data center, we now run the largest commercial data center in Switzerland.
We offer the first virtual server running on Microsoft Hyper-V©.
Our cost-effective package, with Internet, landline, and digital TV, is now available at branches of Fust and Interdiscount.
The Swiss Federal Office of Energy has awarded our data center the Prix Watt d’Or for its exemplary level of energy efficiency.
We receive the Swiss ICT Public Award.
We expand our hosting activities and invest in new hosting infrastructure.
Our data center is nominated as a finalist in the data center industry EMEA Awards.
800 guests celebrate the opening of our latest Tier III data center.
The new fiber optic Internet subscriptions are available. Our first customer in Basel enjoys 20,000 kbit/s of bandwidth.
We offer digital TV with 50 channels, live pause, and recording function for the first time.
Our services are now certified, nationally and internationally, according to ISO 27001.
After two years of planning, we start construction of our fourth data center, in Lupfig. Investment in the data center and our new office space will run to over 150 million Swiss francs in total.
ICT service provider TIC acquires green.ch AG and amalgamates the two companies. The Altice Group becomes the majority shareholder. Business continues to be run under the green.ch brand.
We extend our national network, start operating a fiber optic cable to China, and establish a subsidiary in Hong Kong.
Our first data center starts operations. This leads to an expansion in our hosting services, with server housing being added as a new service.
Cable & Wireless retains the rights to the name agri.ch. Referencing the brand’s origin, the company is renamed green.ch.
Guido Honegger, founding member of agri.ch and former Swiss managing director of Cable & Wireless, buys back the Swiss business of Cable & Wireless.
We sell the first ADSL subscription with 2,048 kbit/s of bandwidth. The dial-up subscription age is over.
The Swiss Farmers’ Union sells agri.ch to British technology group Cable & Wireless
Agri.ch is entered as a corporation in the commercial register.
The Swiss Farmers’ Union founds agri.ch. Our first product, a 19-Swiss franc "surfing subscription", takes the market by storm. We are the first provider to offer surfing at local rates. In the same year, we launch our first web hosting service.
Our hardware soon finds a home in the many Swiss Farmers’ Union offices, creating a dense network of Internet dial-up nodes.