Netriplex Enlarges Network with Two More Data Centers

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Due to increased demand for its mission critical DNS service and its anti-spam email filtering, Netriplex has opened new data centers in Atlanta, Georgia and Palo Alto, California bringing its total number of U.S. data centers to seven.

Netriplex ( announced today that, due to increased demand for its mission critical DNS service and its anti-spam email filtering, it has opened new data centers in Atlanta, Georgia and Palo Alto, California. The new data centers provide Netriplex with increased capacity, connectivity and redundancy and bring its total number of U.S. data centers to seven.

“As part of our ongoing commitment to becoming the industry leader, we constantly reevaluate our network to ensure it has the capacity and the speed that our customers require,” said Jonathan Hoppe, Chief Technology Officer for Netriplex. “Our customers demand reliability and performance from our global network with 100% uptime. Having multiple data centers around the world increases our capacity to process mail and gives our clients an impressive level of redundancy like no other company in our industry.”

The Netriplex network is comprised of multiple geographically dispersed world-class data centers with connectivity to almost every Tier 1 internet backbone provider in North America. This global design ensures 100% availability and also provides an unparalleled level of redundancy for Netriplex customers guaranteeing that their mail is always delivered as quickly as it is received.

Effective immediately, Netriplex will be utilizing the new data centers for its Mission Critical DNS solution, bringing the total number of globally-positioned nodes to 32, one of the largest DNS networks in the world. The Netriplex anti-spam solution now operates out of a total of 7 datacenters, making it the largest North American anti-spam network to date. Plans are underway to also utilize the additional facilities for High Availability Hosting and Remote Data Backup within 2-3 months.

About Netriplex Anti-Spam

Netriplex officially launched its anti-spam and anti-virus solution in January, 2004 after more than two years of research and development. During the last year of service, Netriplex has received an overwhelming response from businesses who are being buried by the ever-growing amount of spam, viruses and phishing attempts. Because the email management solution can be 100% effective, companies can see the complete elimination of spam, viruses and phishing attacks within a matter of days, quickly bringing a significant return on investment.

About Netriplex Mission Critical DNS

The Netriplex Mission Critical DNS solution helps companies completely eliminate DNS downtime due to DNS outages, DOS attacks, local disasters and other catastrophic events by utilizing our globally redundant DNS network. The network is one of the largest in the world boasting 32 separate nodes and an historic 100% uptime record.

About Netriplex

Netriplex is a privately held leading provider of anti-spam, remote data back-up, mission critical DNS and high availability hosting solutions with its headquarters located in Boston Massachusetts. With data centers in Dallas, TX; Los Angeles, CA; Seattle, WA; Charlestown, MA; Atlanta, GA; Palo Alto, CA; and southern New Hampshire, Netriplex offers unsurpassed reliability, redundancy and connectivity through nearly every major T1 backbone provider in the world. The company continues to double its revenues and customer base each year since its inception in 1999.

Contact Information:

Jonathan Hoppe

Chief Technology Officer

617-242-4855 x112

617-249-0143 fax

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