Netcraft's rankings have been an extremely important benchmark for us
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 18, 2009
New York Internet, the preferred data services provider for New York's financial community, has been named "Most Reliable Hosting Company" for January 2009 by Netcraft, an Internet services company based in Bath, UK, that is also a respected authority on networking data and analysis.
The award, which New York Internet shares with two other providers, is the second consecutive #1 win for the acclaimed provider, who also clinched the top spot for December 2008. It additionally represents New York Internet's fourth consecutive appearance in the Netcraft Top 10.
"Netcraft's rankings have been an extremely important benchmark for us," added Phillip Koblence, Vice President, New York Internet. "Like the SAS 70 Type 1 audit we recently received, Netcraft focuses on the core, objective factors that determine great service."
According to the Netcraft site: "Netcraft measures and makes available the response times of fifty leading hosting providers' sites. The performance measurements are made at fifteen-minute intervals from separate points around the Internet, and averages are calculated over the immediately preceding 24-hour period."
In the case of New York Internet, the results included a 0.0% failure rate, a DNS server responsiveness within .03 seconds and general connectivity of less than .06 seconds. For more information on New York Internet's win, including details on Netcraft's calculations, visit:
About New York Internet
Established in 1996, New York Internet is located in the heart of the Wall Street area and owns and maintains its own data centers. The company's core services include colocation, dedicated servers, web and email hosting, as well as managed services. Given its location, New York Internet specializes in data services for the financial services industry, but also has customers in a broad range of industries, including media, law, fashion, architecture, and real estate. For more information, visit http://www.nyi.net.
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