Plano, TX (PRWEB) August 29, 2007
Layered Technologies, a leading provider of reliable, affordable, and scalable on-demand, self-managed utility hosting services, today announces the winner of their Monster Server Contest, part of their "12 Days of Christmas in July" program. Timothy Brown from Smithfield, VA has been chosen as the winner, among over 300 entries.
Brown submitted a video entitled "Yes, Nerds can Rap" that pleads to Santa on why he deserves to win the free server. Brown receives an AMD 2220 Opteron with 4GB RAM, 2 x 1000GB SATA Drives, 6000GB BW, 8IP, 100Mbps Port for 6 months from Layered Technologies.
"Timothy's video was very creative and energetic," said Michael Platner, CEO of Layered Technologies. "We are thrilled that we can reward Timothy for his efforts as part of our "12 Days of Christmas in July" initiative."
With clients in over 120 countries, Layered Technologies' custom technology solutions allow both large and small customers to rapidly deploy on-demand hosting and utility computing services, providing all the controls of colocation without the start up costs, capital investments, long term contracts and associated challenges. By partnering with Layered Technologies, companies are able to achieve ROI quickly via reduced capital investment, total cost of ownership (TCO), labor reduction, training, and floor space. Layered Technologies can have a company up and running in days versus months.
About Layered Technologies
Based in Plano Texas, Layered Technologies, Inc. is one of the five largest global providers of on-demand hosting and utility computing solutions, providing dedicated, partially managed server hosting solutions primarily for the small and medium-sized enterprise ("SME") market. They provide customers with the highest quality technology, infrastructure and support services that enable them to operate servers at secure Tier III/IV data centers, while saving them the capital and operating costs typically associated with purchasing and maintaining their own servers at co-location facilities. Layered Technologies servers and associated network facilities are used by customers to host a variety of Internet-enabled applications, including content and e-commerce Web sites, software as a service ("SaaS") offerings, online multiplayer games, shared Web site hosting services, and streaming multimedia content distribution and delivery, among other applications.