AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwire - Sep 14, 2012) - Giganews is proud to announce they achieved a world-leading 1,500 days of Usenet retention. Current retention levels translate to over four years of binary Usenet retention and 8.5 years of text Usenet retention. Unlike other Usenet providers, Giganews server clusters deliver the same speed and article completion across every day of Usenet retention across all 110,000+ newsgroups. Giganews' high quality newsgroup retention is a testament to the strength of its redundant infrastructure and engineering experience.
"1,500 days of retention is the longest Usenet retention in the world. We're thrilled to be able to offer this level of service to our loyal customers -- we wouldn't be able to push the limits of Usenet without them," said Philip Molter, Giganews CTO. "Our retention levels highlight the strength and stability of our infrastructure. It is also a testament to the dedication and experience of our team."
Giganews recently partnered to deliver VyprVPN, Dump Truck Online Storage and Mimo Usenet Browser + Search to Giganews members to further enhance their membership.
VyprVPN is a personal VPN service that provides Giganews members a secure, encrypted connection to the Internet. VyprVPN protects online privacy and prevents ISPs from monitoring and controlling online communications and browsing activity.
Dump Truck is a secure online storage service allowing users to securely store and share files, photos, and documents. Golden Frog owns the servers, network and writes the code to ensure Dump Truck is the fastest, most secure online storage provider in the world.
Mimo Usenet Browser + Search is developed specifically for the Giganews Usenet service. Mimo is optimized for faster browsing, searching and Usenet access. It features integrated image thumbnail viewing, as well as filtering capabilities on text, binaries and images.
For more information on Giganews, please visit www.giganews.com today.
Founded in 1994, Giganews is the undisputed industry leader in Usenet services, serving consumers, Internet Service Providers, telecommunications companies and multi-service operators in over 200+ countries.