(Ping! Zine) – NetDepot (www.netdepot.com), a Global Net Access (GNAX) company, and a leader in Infrastructure-as-a-Service and hosted VMWare based private cloud hosting services, has made a revolutionary and industry-first announcement regarding bandwidth overages and pricing. The new efforts, dubbed operation “Don’t Tread on Me”, are geared to simplify the way business is conducted and give peace of mind to both new and existing customers. Powered by its premium gold and mission-critical network, NetDepot will now be doing away with overage charges associated to bandwidth thus allowing customers to focus on their core business.
“This effort will clear the way for hosted solutions to grow without worrying about busting the budget,” states Jeff Hinkle, President and CEO of GNAX. “Ongoing research and analysis has been conducted on our business-class users and we’ve identified one obstacle they’ve been faced with in a data center outsourced environment – bandwidth overages and utilization. With the ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ effort active and ready to go, our customers, both new and old, will no longer have to stress over bandwidth any longer and can simply focus on their business.”
NetDepot’s customers will now be empowered with the ability to choose a hosting solution that meets their needs regardless of bandwidth limitations. The new announcement applies to dedicated servers, cloud services, and all existing customers currently using either service. Hinkle concluded, “A new era of hosting and flexibility has arrived in this industry, and businesses of all shapes and sizes will benefit exponentially.” The new program will also insulate NetDepot’s channel partners and resellers from the occasional abuse issue and incoming malicious attacks that result in overages that can cause financial issues from month-to-month.
NetDepot has a strong reseller and channel partner program for delivering its online solutions and is always looking for new partners. Please contact [email protected] with any questions or inquiries, and learn how the “Don’t Tread on Me” program will help your business in more ways than one.