INetU Managed Hosting Ranked Most Reliable Hosting Company Among Global Peers In May

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According to Netcraft Survey of Top 50 Hosting Companies

INetU, one of the country's premier web hosting companies, based in Allentown, PA, (, is at the top of the list of Most Reliable Hosters for May 2006, according to a monthly review of 50 of the world's top Internet hosting companies conducted by Netcraft, an Internet services company based in Bath, England. See

Netcraft measures and reports the response time of fifty leading hosting providers' sites each month. INetU shares the top seat with five other companies and has been at the top of Netcraft's rankings numerous times, including the entire second half of 2003. INetU achieved the ranking with a performance measurement of .01 percent of DNS responses failure, just a hair short of a perfect score.

"Reliability is crucial for customers of any size," said Dev Chanchani, INetU's President. "The Netcraft report is a significant industry ranking because it underscores the importance of minimal failed requests for customers. I'm pleased that the near-perfect score and top ranking reflect our staff's dedication to exceeding our customer's expectations."

INetU manages hundreds of Internet servers belonging to customers focused on doing business over the Web and works to ensure that each client's Web servers are running smoothly 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. INetU's clients include recognizable names such as Microsoft, Infosys, Raymond James Financial, DreamWorks SKG, Sure Fit, Harriet Carter, KidsPeace and Writing.Com.

About INetU, Inc.

INetU (pronounced I Net You) is a Managed Hosting Provider located in Allentown, PA, USA. Dedicated to building long-term relationships with its clients, it has won service awards from every major Web hosting portal on the Internet. INetU works with all of the popular Web applications and operates Web sites that require anywhere from a single server to highly visited ones that utilize many servers working in unison for maximum performance.



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