Secausus, New Jersey – (The Hosting News) – December 7, 2005 – New Jersey based web solutions provider, InterServer, Inc., has upgraded its network capacity by adding an additional transit provider, and plans to add additional capacity in the near future. The new transit provider, Tiscali, was selected because of its large European
The addition increases the number of InterServerâ€™s carriers to
According to Chief Technical Officer, John Quaglieri, ”We have increased the capacity to our POP at 111 8th avenue from 1 to
GBPS. Tiscali will
improve speeds and reliability for our European customers.”
InterServer, Inc., who currently hosts more than 800 servers at its New Jersey
facility, hopes the new carrier will allow the company to continue to grow.
Quaglieri continued, ”We have rapidly expanded this year, beginning in February 2005 with
the installation of a dark fiber ring to New York City. We are continuing to add capacity so our network can support the increasing
needs of our customers.”
Quaglieri also stated that the company has installed a custom developed solution
to thwart Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, which offers protection
for InterServerâ€™s separate IRC network.
The company’s next planned phase of expansion includes PAIX and NYIIX
peering, both located in New York City.
InterServer, Inc. is a privately held web solutions provider operating since
April 1999. InterServer’s network is powered by Juniper M40 and M5 series
routers connected to the Internet by three diverse fiber paths to New York City
and Washington D.C.
To learn more about InterServer, Inc., please visit: www.interserver.net.