Internet America Launches Self-Managed Server Hosting Solution
Dallas, May 25, 2004 (OTC Bulletin Board: GEEK - News)Internet America, Dallas’ leading Internet service provider, announced today that they are expanding their commercial services to include self-managed server hosting and value-added data center services.
“With over ten years of experience in both co-location and Web site hosting services, the non-managed server hosting space is a natural progression for us,” said Billy Ladin, CEO of Internet America. “There is a market for low-cost, high-availability self-managed server solutions in the online community. Internet America’s leadership in providing commercial Internet services puts us in a unique position to satisfy this need and to meet the needs of a demanding and savvy end-user.”
The new product line will be marketed under the name of NEO Servers. The first three self-managed server products, NEO Graphite, NEO Magnesium, and NEO Titanium provide a broad array of options to run the most demanding applications, from Web site hosting, e-commerce solutions, to full gaming platforms. The end user can choose the hardware and software that best meets their requirements. All NEO servers are housed on a fully redundant network backbone to ensure there are no interruptions in speed or service. NEO servers also come with Internet America’s award winning 24/7 customer service. For more information about Internet America’s NEO server solutions, visit the NEOeo Web site at www.NEO.net.
Internet America is a leading Internet service provider primarily serving the Texas market. Based in Dallas, Internet America offers businesses and individuals a full range of Internet services, including dedicated high-speed access, dial-up access, DSL, Web hosting and self-managed server options. Internet America focuses on the speed and quality of its Internet services and its commitment to providing excellent customer care. Additional information on Internet America is available on the Company’s Web site at www.internetamerica.com.