SolarWinds completes spin-off of its MSP business, N-able

N-able, News, SolarWinds completes spin-off of its MSP business, N-able

SolarWinds has completed its spin-off of its MSP Business, N-able, Inc, which has started to trade as an independent, publicly-traded company as of yesterday.

SolarWinds Corporation, a leading provider of simple, powerful, and secure IT management software, and N-able, a leading provider of cloud-based software solutions for managed service providers, today announced the completion of the previously announced spin-off of the SolarWinds managed service provider (“MSP”) business into a standalone, separately-traded public company named N-able, Inc. Following the separation, which was completed on July 19, 2021, N-able will provide cloud-based software solutions for managed service providers (“MSPs”), enabling them to support digital transformation and growth within small and medium-sized enterprises. SolarWinds will retain its Core IT Management business focused primarily on providing IT infrastructure management software to corporate IT organisations. N-able common stock will trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “NABL.”

As previously announced, SolarWinds’ stockholders of record as of the close of business on July 12, 2021, the record date for the distribution, received one share of N-able common stock for every two shares of SolarWinds common stock held by them as of such date. In addition, SolarWinds stockholders received cash in lieu of any fractional shares.

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About SolarWinds

SolarWinds is a leading provider of simple, powerful, and secure IT management software. Our solutions give organisations worldwide—regardless of type, size or complexity—the power to accelerate business transformation in today’s hybrid IT environments. We continuously engage with all types of technology professionals—IT service and operations professionals, DevOps and SecOps professionals, and Database Administrators (DBAs) —to understand the challenges they face maintaining high-performing and highly available IT infrastructures, applications, and environments. The insights we gain from them, in places like our THWACK online community, allow us to address customers’ needs now, and in the future. Our focus on the user and commitment to excellence in end-to-end hybrid IT management has established SolarWinds as a worldwide leader in solutions for observability, IT service management, application performance, and database management. 

About N-able

N-able (formerly SolarWinds MSP) empowers managed services providers (MSPs) to help small and medium enterprises navigate the digital evolution. With a flexible technology platform and powerful integrations, N-able makes it easy for MSPs to monitor, manage, and protect their end-customer systems, data, and networks. N-able’s growing portfolio of security, automation, and backup and recovery solutions is built for IT services management professionals. N-able simplifies complex ecosystems and enables customers to solve their most pressing challenges. N-able provides extensive, proactive support—through enriching partner programs, hands-on training, and growth resources—to help MSPs deliver exceptional value and achieve success at scale.

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Amber Donovan-Stevens

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