UseNetServer Announces Architectural Upgrades, 400 Days Retention
April 29, 2009 UseNetServer, a top-tier provider of Usenet newsgroup access, today announced details of its massive network infrastructure upgrade to support an enhanced Usenet service featuring 400 days of retention. This multi-million dollar investment includes increased network backbone capacity for faster article delivery, a new datacenter and over 100 new storage servers. These service enhancements come at no added cost to subscribers.
Late last year, UseNetServer completed a move from Atlanta, GA to a state-of-the-art datacenter in Ashburn, VA. As part of the move, the company built a larger network backbone resulting in faster connections to more networks, including direct network peering arrangements with over 800 broadband Internet Service Providers worldwide.
As part of the infrastructure upgrade, UseNetServer significantly enhanced its quality of service and network speeds for its European subscriber base. With a large and loyal number of European customers, the company implemented multi-gigabit connections directly to many network peering points that will enable subscribers to access its servers faster than ever before.
With over 100 new lightning-fast storage servers deployed, UseNetServer is increasing retention to 400 days. Retention is already at 247 days and will continue to grow to a full 400 days.
As part of its comprehensive effort to enhance the user experience via both back-end and front-end advancements, the company has launched its new website, UsenetServer.com. To better serve its growing international customer base, the new UseNetServer website incorporates multiple languages, including Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Japanese, Korean and Spanish.
Supporting an enhanced network backbone and 400 days of retention, UseNetServer continues to provide superior service and amazing access speeds at bargain prices. All new customers are invited to test the enhanced service with our 14-Day Free Trial. For more information regarding this program, please visit UseNetServer.com