UsenetServer Surpasses 300 Days of Binary Retention, Advancing to 400

June 29, 2009 – UsenetServer today announced that it has surpassed 300 days of binary newsgroup retention. This is a major milestone achieved as the Usenet access provider, now at 304 days of binary retention, continues spooling to a full 400 days.

In late March, UsenetServer announced a multi-million dollar infrastructure upgrade including a new datacenter in Ashburn, VA, increased network backbone capacity for faster article delivery, and a massive expansion in storage servers to support 400 days of binary retention and over 2 years of text retention. These efforts were made in accordance with UsenetServer’s commitment to continuously improve the user experience and provide industry-best Usenet access at no added cost to subscribers.

Along with a new and internationalized website, UsenetServer offers a free 2 week trial across all monthly plans for new subscribers. More information about the UsenetServer Free Trial can be found on the Signup Page.

About UsenetServer:
UsenetServer is a top-tier provider of Usenet newsgroup access. Among the lowest-cost providers, UsenetServer offers fast, reliable, and uncensored access plans to users worldwide. Expect more exciting announcements from UsenetServer in 2009 as the company continues to expand service.

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