TwistedThrottle.com selects prov.net as data center – colocation services provide
Location and ability to meet unique business requirements were key factors
Providence, R.I., March 22, 2012 – Provdotnet, LLC. A leading provider of data center solutions, today announced that it has begun providing colocation services to Twisted Throttle.
Twisted Throttle, based in Exeter Rhode Island, develops and distributes motorcycle accessories geared towards the sport-touring, adventure-touring, and sport-bike market.
“We selected prov.net because they demonstrated a good understanding of our business requirements and showed the flexibility to meet our needs”, said Raja Kapur, Twisted Throttle, CIO.
Ron Sacks, Provdotnet’s Managing Partner, said that Twisted Throttle required a “unique colocation solution to meet their business requirements that we could easily accommodate”.
About Twisted Throttle
Twisted Throttle designs, manufactures, imports, and distributes bike-specific motorcycle accessories and travel equipment throughout North America. They specialize in the metric sport-touring, adventure-touring, and scooter market segments, representing their brands primarily through the dealer-direct wholesale and mail-order retail sales channels, as well as a new retail store location. Their U.S. and Canadian market efforts include web-sales, a 240-page annual print catalog, several dozen annual tradeshows and rallies, regular press releases and magazine advertising.
About Provdotnet LLC
Provdotnet, LLC is a colocation, cloud services and managed data center services provider located in Providence, RI. Provdotnet opened its initial 2000 square foot facility at 1155 Westminster Street in July 2009 for customers requiring disaster recovery, cloud services, managed services and colocation facilities. Currently, Provdotnet has over 6000 square feet and can house up to 200 full data cabinets and associated computing equipment. Provdotnet also has the ability to expand the existing facility up to 10,000 square feet, significantly expanding overall capacity if and when needed.
More information is available at http://www.prov.net and http://twistedthrottle.com