Newshosting Upgrades Binary Retention to 650 Days

by Klaus on September 1, 2010

in Tech News

Press Release:

ASHBURN, Va., August 30 — NEWSHOSTING.COM, the world’s leading provider of premium Usenet newsgroup service, today announced that it has upgraded retention across all of its 107,000+ newsgroups to 650 days. This upgrade comes at no added cost to Newshosting subscribers.

Newsgroup retention rates indicate the length of time that a binary or text file is available to members. With 650 days of binary retention, Newshosting subscribers can access binary files that were posted to Usenet newsgroups up to 650 days ago.  Additionally, Newshosting supports over 2 years of retention for text files.  Combine this retention with 60 super-fast connections and free 256-bit encrypted, private SSL access, the Newshosting XL Usenet plan offers the fastest, most secure Usenet access in the industry. Newshosting invites all netizens to give its service a test run with a free 14 day/10 GB trial on any of its access plans.

Newshosting’s upgraded retention is supported by recently launched multi-million dollar storage and network upgrades to the Newshosting NNTP server farms in the United States and Europe. These massive infrastructural upgrades make Newshosting’s Usenet platform the largest and most robust in the world.  When you access Usenet through Newshosting, you are leveraging the fastest, most secure NNTP network developed anywhere.

About Newshosting:
Newshosting is the world’s premier provider of Usenet newsgroup access. As the industry-leader in service reliability, speed, and retention, Newshosting is committed to providing outstanding Usenet access to over 107,000 uncensored newsgroups from its servers in the United States and Europe.

For more information about Newshosting and its offerings, please visit www.Newshosting.com or contact su[email protected]

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Sathish @ TechieMania September 2, 2010 at 08:51

I haven’t heard about them till now. Just visited their site now and they have got a bunch of good plans. Will try them when i get a change. Thanks for sharing the Press release.
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