HUMBLE, Texas (November 15, 2007) Bounceweb (http://www.bounceweb.com), a provider of shared and reseller Web hosting solutions, announced today it has reached an important service performance milestone complete network uptime for ten consecutive months, and counting.
The benchmark, which has been independently verified by WebHostingStuff.com, represents a rare feat not usually accomplished by many providers in the hosting industry. According to WebHostingStuff.com, Bounceweb has had three minutes of network downtime since November, 2006, and no downtime since January of this year. Downtime is traditionally referred to as time when the companyâ€™s network is not responsive to outside requests.
“We take the performance of our network very seriously, and go the extra mile to make sure our service stands up to this kind of evaluation. We recognize that everybody is watching, especially our customers,” said James Willit, Bounceweb Support Manager. “Itâ€™s a validation of our efforts and infrastructure investments to be making an announcement like this, without even a minute of downtime after nearly 10 months. Our performance reflects our values.”
Bouncewebâ€™s network includes a capacity of 10GBPS, spread across several backbone providers Time Warner, Verio, Savvis, Allegiance, and Cogent. The company locates serves in a fully-equipped, state of the art Dallas, Texas datacenter facility. The facility offers full redundancy and security for servers.
Entry-level shared hosting from Bounceweb starts at $30/yearly or $2.50/monthly, and includes 75MB of storage space and 750MB of monthly data transfer. Reseller plans start at $24.95/monthly, and start with 5GB of disk space and 50GB of monthly data transfer. All reseller plans include unlimited domain allotments, cPanel with script auto-installers, and a variety of e-commerce tools.
To learn more about shared hosting from Bounceweb, please visit http://www.bounceweb.com/web-hosting-principals.php.
To learn more about Bouncewebâ€™s past network performance, please visit http://www.webhostingstuff.com/uptime/Bounceweb.html