INetU Managed Hosting Completes Construction of it's 5th Data Center.

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INetU Managed Hosting ( completed construction of its 5th state-of-the-art data center.

INetU Managed Hosting ( completed construction of its 5th state-of-the-art data center (DC5).

INetU expanded their facilities because more companies are turning to managed hosting solutions. The primary reason for constructing a new data center is increased demand from both new clients and the existing client base. "We help companies grow successfully online," explains Dev Chanchani, President of INetU. "In-house consultation such as load testing with a performance analysis and systems architecture consulting equip our clients with the tools necessary to expand strategically. And as they grow, INetU grows."

Since many of INetU's clients must adhere to strict security measures brought on by PCI DSS, HIPAA and other compliance requirements, data center security is a critical concern; therefore, INetU has put enterprise-grade security measures in place in all of our data centers, including: dual-factor data center access control using bio-metric and electronic measures; 24/7 CCTV cameras that are located in each data center's entry points, the building entrance, and roof and generator access; and more.
INetU operates its data centers in Allentown, PA, USA with disaster recovery options located in the Midwest United States for clients seeking geographically diverse business continuity solutions. Learn more about INetU's data centers by visiting

About INetU Managed Hosting
INetU (pronounced I Net You) is a Managed Hosting Provider located in Allentown, PA, USA ( Dedicated to building long-term relationships with its clients, INetU supports many popular Web applications and provides high availability hosting for Enterprise Web sites in the Online Retail, Healthcare, Financial Services, SaaS, Web Development, Education, Government, Consulting, Non-Profit. INetU has scored above 95% customer satisfaction over the last four consecutive years of testing.


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