(Ping! Zine Web Hosting Magazine) – With availability starting today, NetDepot’s worldwide Content Distribution Network or CDN is available with Point of Presences (POPs) in 63 locations and more than 30 unique countries. Already with more locations in the works, the fully redundant CDN provides those with the ability of hosting content closest to the end user.
“After much success in the dedicated server market, we know how important it is for our clientele to have locally cached content in various regions around the world. Our CDN is a top priority for NetDepot.com.” says Rodney Giles, President of NetDepot.com.
NetDepot goes one step above the rest by not only launching a redundant, rock solid CDN platform, but also gives away the first 100GB of traffic each Month for Free with no strings attached, each additional Gigabyte beyond the initial 100GB is priced at $0.05 per GB.
“We really believe strongly in this product and what better way to get our customer base and those around the world to start a using more enhanced content delivery tools than to provide them an incentive to make this happen. We hope everyone that puts value to their website will considering caching their content world-wide to improve the general delivery of their website.” says Giles.
Most recently NetDepot was in the news for launching its new facility in the New York City area with availability of its New York City Dedicated Servers. NetDepot is busy with a US roll out as previously announced in December of 2014 with plans to turn up facilities in Chicago and Los Angeles in the later half of 2015.
NetDepot provides leading-edge dedicated servers and cloud servers to a wide variety of corporate and enterprise clients. NetDepot utilizes robust, redundant datacenters in New York, Atlanta and Dallas giving the best performance and redundancy to its valued clients. NetDepot is net income profitable and carries no debt and has a 20-year history. With this solid financial management and long history it is the stable place for your IT needs. For more information, please visit NetDepot.com.