CHICAGO, Jan. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- SingleHop, Inc., a leader in highly automated Infrastructure-as-a-Service, today announced the company was named the Best Dedicated Serverprovider in the 6th Annual Web Host Awards by HostReviews.com. According to the HostReview committee, the selection process was based on factors such as service quality, customer support, package diversity, new products, and overall performance. The award comes weeks after SingleHopannounced they achieved 100% uptime for 2011 between both their data centers.
"These are both great signs of our commitment to build and improve our own infrastructure to provide our clients with the highest level of service and dependability. Dedicated servers have been at the core of our business from the beginning. This award means that even though we are constantly releasing new products and services, we've never lost our focus," said Zak Boca, Chief Executive Officer.
Cisco and Juniper Networks have been fighting over an engineer that knows both their tech secrets, and it looks like Cisco just pulled him back over.
After two years at Juniper building its next-generation service provider products, David Ward is jumping ship back to Cisco to build its server provider business, Light Reading reports.
Ward is unusual in that he's both a Cisco Fellow and a Juniper Fellow, a special designation for an engineer that really knows a company's technology. In this case Ward knows the most valuable asset for both of these companies: the operating systems that run their network gear.
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