DAX Selects Internaps High Performance Internet Connectivity
Press release from the issuing company
BOSTON -- April 26, 2001 -- Digital Art Exchange, Inc. (DAX), a company focused on improving productivity and profitability for organizations involved in graphic communications, and Internap Network Services, the leading provider of intelligent routing services over the Internet, today announced that DAX has selected Internap's Overlay Network to provide the high performance Internet connectivity for their on-line applications.
Internap's Overlay Network monitors the traffic situation over all the major Internet backbones and routes mission-critical data in a faster, more reliable and more managed fashion than conventional Internet technology. DAX customers who utilize the company's Internet and application services, such as the just-released DAX-IT, will ultimately have a better Internet experience, since data is sent to the largest backbone providers under the Internap umbrella, and routed to the provider who has the least amount of traffic at that moment.
"Internap is excited to be working with DAX. Our Overlay Network and intelligent routing technology provides DAX customers, and users of their new company's on-line eCommunities on PrintPlanet.com, an even higher degree of service quality," said Bill Betz, eastern regional vice president of Internap Network Services.
"Our partnership with Internap allows DAX to leverage our existing Internet services to provide faster, more reliable connectivity for our Network Operations Center (NOC)," said Allen Davis, DAX vice president of technology. "Internap's intelligent routing technology will increase DAX customers' access speeds and improve their overall experience by routing traffic away from bottlenecks, giving our customers and their clients a quicker, more reliable path across the Internet."
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