Vancouver, B.C. – (The Hosting News) – October 30, 2006 – Canadian web hosting company, Mega Hosters Inc., has acquired shared web hosting firm, Logic Internet, a private enterprise, on a cash basis.
Clinton Jendyk, President and Chief Executive Officer of Mega Hosters Inc. commented, ”This acquisition will bring over Logic Internet’s customer base to our own state of the art hosting platform. Customers from Logic Internet will now benefit from a dedicated team of sales and support specialists, an expansive network and. Furthermore, Logic Internet’s customers will enjoy a wider range of services at very competitive prices.”
Founded in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada in 1999, Mega Hosters Inc. began as a web design company under the name Neuro Nitrate Web Design (neuronitrate.com). As its design clients required web hosting, the natural progression for the company was to begin migration toward the web hosting business. In January of 2002, the Mega Hosters brand was born. Mega Hosters Inc. is a mid sized corporation, operating its own equipment and services. Mega Hosters owns all of its equipment and manages space in a large data center.
The Mega Hosters network has been designed to support and enhance mission-critical e-business applications, with a 99.99% uptime Internet access guarantee. Its 100% Cisco powered internal network prioritizes high performance and redundancy. The fault tolerant software utilizes Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP), designed to guarantee router or router port failure standby, within a maximum of 40 seconds. In addition, the self-healing network architecture eliminates single point failure. Backup transit is purchased from multiple providers in multiple locations, to ensure data arrival via the shortest possible routes. On an ongoing basis, Mega Hosters negotiates with the top fiber carriers for new routes, additional backup transit providers, and we are signing on new peering relationships.
Mega Hosters’ high performance and redundant backbone network connects all of its Internet Data Centres, using multiple high-speed OCn3 lines. With the ever-growing number of latency-sensitive applications such as Voice Over IP, Video Streaming and Conferencing, and a multitude of other client server applications, route diversity is a key component in ensuring Internet connectivity is fast and always available. According to the company, Mega Hosters’ national backbone is ranked among the top in the nation. Connections ranging from OC3s (155Mbps) to gigE (1,000Mbps) connect several major exchange points, (including MAE-West in San Jose, CA; PAIX in Palo Alto, CA; AADS in Chicago, IL; NYIIX in New York, NY; and MAE-East in Vienna, VA) forming rings around the nation. Mega Hosters switched network utilizes the Border Gateway Protocol Version 4 (BGP4) over Cisco 12000 series GSR routers. to is connected back to a core router via fiber. Its network uses Private Peering Connections (PPC’s) which route through Vancouver, Seattle, Toronto, Montreal, Chicago, New York, Palo Alto California, Fremont California, San Jose California, and Vienna Virgina thus giving us a expansive redundant network.
To learn more, please visit: www.megahosters.com.