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Shore.Net Announces Waiver of Installation Fees For All Colocation Services
Lynn, Mass. -- Shore.Net, one of New England’s first regional Internet Service Providers, today announced that for a limited time it will waive setup costs for all new colocation customers who sign a contract of one year or longer.
In addition to the waiving of installation fees, Shore.Net’s colocation services will introduce the lowest rack space costs in the region for individual server space, with even deeper cuts for customers who order half or full cabinet setups.
“It makes sense for businesses to look for cost-cutting measures in the current economical environment,” said Shore.Net President Lowell Gray. “Shore.Net’s colocation service is a perfect solution customers looking to maintain a higher standard of service and a healthy bottom line.”
Shore.Net was founded in 1993 in Lynn, Mass. as a full-service Internet Service Provider, providing hosting and access services to the New England region. The company moved its Network Operations Center to the New England Telephone and Telegraph building in downtown Lynn after extensive renovations in 1998. Shore.Net is once again a locally-run independent service provider after its purchase from Primus Telecommunications by original founder Lowell Gray’s Pea Island Computing Corp.
Ivan Santucci Shore.Net 781-780-3253 email@example.com
Shore.Net began as one of New England’s first Internet Service Providers, servicing businesses in New England and worldwide with its wide array of access and hosting products. Today, our focus is to use our experience in infrastructure management to provide you with the most reliable colocation and hosting environment possible. Uninterruptible uptime, high fault tolerance and best-possible high-capacity routing, along with world-class customer support made us the region’s most respected service provider.
Today we have set ourselves a new challenge: to deliver the new promise of the Internet to businesses facing much greater demands in utilizing the web in years ahead. Providing colocation, managed hosting and cloud computing infrastructure services with the same integrity and reliability that our name promises is our new mission.
The company moved its Network Operations Center to the former New England Telephone and Telegraph building in downtown Lynn after extensive renovations in 1998. This facility continues to serve as the staff headquarters for Shore.Net and its data center for all Internet access and hosting services.