FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
December 10th, 2010
NH based firm clarifies confusion over Wikileaks outage
SALEM, NH - New Hampshire web hosting firm Dynamic Internet announced that it is currently receiving inquiries and complaints regarding the Wikileaks domain name being shut down by another NH based business with a similar name, Dynamic Network Services.
There has yet to be any large attacks or serious threats as a result of the confusion, but there have been a number of inquiries asking if it was the same firm. "Existing clients who host content that is also political in nature were concerned and asked about our policies..." said CEO James Dogopoulos. "We assured them that we would do everything in our capacity to keep sites running, would not shrink from controversy and would expect due process be followed in order to shut down any political web sites."
Headquartered in Salem, NH, Dynamic Internet (Dyni.net) is a provider of advanced web hosting and data center services, e-mail solutions, managed services, disaster recovery and more. Dynamic Internet provides hosting, outsourcing, and professional services to a variety of industries in the Boston area and nation wide. Located just a few miles from the Massachusetts border, Dynamic Internet's state-of-the-art data center features a cutting-edge, fully redundant IP and fiber network backbone with Tier-1 connections to the Internet backbone, redundant storage and backups, industrial-grade cooling systems, backup power, and 24x7 availability monitoring and response planning.