PowerDNN Boosts Bandwidth at Omaha 1 Datacenter – DotNetNuke Capacity Up
OMAHA, Neb. -- July 26, 2013
PowerDNN, already the world’s leading provider of hosting and infrastructure
for DotNetNuke® and DNN worldwide, has doubled network redundancy and
increased throughput capacity by 150% at its Omaha datacenter point of
“We are constantly reinvesting on our technology and infrastructure,” said
Tony Valenti, CEO of PowerDNN. “Omaha 1, is already the largest of our four,
worldwide datacenter presences. But we wanted to prepare it for the next wave
of growth with additional capacity and layers of redundancy. Now was the
perfect time to do it.”
The Omaha 1 datacenter retains its redundant, regional network providers
(including Level 3 Communications). Just in time for the release of DotNetNuke
/ DNN 7.1, this new capacity is achieved via a direct, dedicated fiber channel
into the PowerDNN cloud infrastructure and powered by CenturyLink. Not only
does this solution deliver significantly enhanced capacity, but it provides a
layer of redundancy at the primary carrier and regional level—far exceeding
recommended Best Practices for top tier service providers.
“Business and enterprise customers trust us to do more than the minimum,”
continued Mr. Valenti. “PowerDNN has always been about service and performance
and we are committed to making the kinds of investments that will keep us the
first choice for DotNetNuke and DNN Evoq websites.”
PowerDNN is the largest host of DotNetNuke (DNN) websites in the world and one
of the top five Microsoft Windows platforms. At PowerDNN, “DotNetNuke Done
Right” is more than a slogan; it has been our core philosophy since we were
founded by Tony Valenti in 2002. Our US, UK, and AU based networks are
DotNetNuke-optimized for maximum performance, reliability, and speed. We have
been dedicated to serving DotNetNuke customers since version 1.0. Our expert
support team is based at our headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska, and is available
24/7/365. You can learn more about PowerDNN at: http://www.powerdnn.com
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Jeff Hardy, 402-403-0556, ex 701135
Director of Communications
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