TORONTO, ON – June 24, 2005 – Rebel Networks, a Leading Provider of Outsourced
Internet Infrastructure and Managed Website Hosting Solutions, has been selected
by Mississauga Based DiMarco Golf to provide a managed website and email storage
solution for their corporate offices as well as their entire retail chain of stores.
Under the terms of the agreement, Rebel Networks is providing DiMarco Golf with
a fully managed website and email storage solution with a 100 percent uptime guarantee
backed by a Service Level Agreement. The agreement also has provisions for Rebel
Networks to provide a turnkey dedicated storage solution for DiMarco Golf next
generation web presence.
”We needed to find a business partner that allows us to grow for the future,
our old partner did not have the tools, equipment, or knowledge to take us to
the next level with our web infrastructure needs. Rebel Networks has solutions
for us today and for tomorrow” said Dan Murphy, Director of IT for DiMarco Golf.
Rebel Networks has a 100 percent uptime service level agreement and also provides
technical support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. All end user customers are
provisioned with a dedicated IP and simple to use custom control panel to self
manage all components of their web infrastructure solutions.
About DiMarco Golf
The First DiMarco Golf retail store opened in 1978. Today, with 12 stores in the
GTA, DiMarco Golf (http://www.dimarcogolf.com)
offers great service and selection with a personal touch and will not knowingly
be undersold. The also manage and operate the DiMarco Golf Dome.
About Rebel Networks
Rebel Networks (http://www.rebelnetworks.com)
is a Leading Provider of Outsourced Internet Infrastructure and Managed Website
Hosting Solutions. Rebel Networks provides Managed Dedicated Servers, Colocation
Services, Shared Website Hosting, E-Commerce Solutions, and Domain Name Services.
Operating within its high-security Internet data centers (Toronto and Baltimore),
Rebel Networks has Internet connectivity via OC-3, OC-12, and Gig-E connections
from three different Tier 1 Providers.