This is a big deal because not many of the Usenet providers that we list have been able to reach this goal.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (PRWEB) February 17, 2014
In a post on their website, the UsenetReviewz Senior Editor, Marion Marshal happily proclaimed that the award had only “just recently became warranted” because the 2000 days of retention benchmark had only been breached in the last year. “This is a big deal,” he said in an interview, “because not many of the Usenet providers that we list have been able to reach this goal.”
Presently, there are only about ten providers that have this level of service, according to the editor. But the post says that, “due to the nature of the Award, there will always be a long list of providers, (we hope,) that will be listed as UsenetReviewz Gold Star Provider Award recipients.” Marshal also said that, “we know what an achievement that this benchmark is, so as our various providers announce reaching the 2,000 days of retention, we will add them to our list of Gold Star Providers.”
The post praises all the providers that have so far reached the mark, saying, “This award is in recognition of all the hard work that it takes to achieve and maintain this level of retention.” Then points out that this amount of retention spans a period of more than 5 years and 5 months, and, “is a huge benchmark to reach for a Usenet provider.”
The UsenetReviewz post then goes on to list all the providers that are presently offering more than the required 2,000 days of retention, saying that while the list was in no particular order, Giganews had breached the benchmark before any of the other providers. Marshal said, “We'd like to congratulate all the Gold Star Providers, it takes a lot of work to be able to spool 2,000 plus days of retention, but it expands the experience for the members immensely.”