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Hostway Corporation Forms New Network Services Group

Hostway Corporation, one of the world's largest hosting and web application companies, announced today that it will add network services to the portfolio of products offered by its Enterprise Services business division. The new Network Services Group will offer IP transit, Layer 2 VPN (transport), IPV6, distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection, and customized bandwidth management solutions to new and existing wholesale and retail customers.

Hostway Enterprise Services already offers dedicated servers and managed services, colocation, cloud technologies, and other enterprise class hosted solutions. The new services will further enhance Hostway's ability to provide end-to-end, customized solutions to corporations, government agencies and utilities, software-as-a-service (SaaS) providers, and other online application companies.

We're excited about the potential of the new team and the implications for our existing enterprise offerings," said Todd Benjamin, director of Hostway Enterprise Services. "As more enterprise applications move to the cloud, offering our customers an end-to-end managed solution for hosted computing and bandwidth infrastructure will enhance those customers' ability to increase performance, reliability, and affordability of their hosted applications."

Hostway Network Services will be available immediately on Hostway's fully redundant global backbone network, with points of presence (PoPs) in New York, Miami, Tampa, Atlanta, Chicago, Seattle, Austin, London, and Amsterdam. Additional services and PoPs will be rolled out to meet the evolving needs of companies leveraging internet based technologies.

For more information, contact Hostway Network Services at network.sales@hostwayenterprise.com, or visit our website at www.hostwayenterprise.com/network-services.html.

About Hostway


Hostway Corporation provides domain name registration, Web hosting and ecommerce, colocation, managed dedicated hosting, SaaS hosting, Web design and online marketing services to over 1.4 million Web sites and 2 million customers worldwide. It operates over 250,000 square feet of state-of-the-art data centers that reduce the complexity and cost of Web-based technologies for small businesses and large enterprises. (Learn More)

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