12/03/12 – 38 Studios Receiver selects prov.net

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Prov.net welcomes Receiver for 38 Studios as initial customer at company’s newest data center in Providence, RI

Recently Commissioned Data Center and Flexibility Were Key Factors

Providence, R.I., December 3, 2012

Provdotnet, LLC. a leading provider of datacenter solutions, today announced that it has begun providing data center services to the Receiver of 38 Studios.

“We selected prov.net because we needed a reliable and local data center with flexible terms.” “As we proceed with the orderly sale of 38 Studios’ assets we need to properly preserve and market the intellectual property and related technology assets associated with 38 Studios’ game(s).” “Prov.net’s proposal provided us with the opportunity to re-locate and restart the equipment from our previous data room to a tier 4 data center operation in Rhode Island, and they also demonstrated they could easily and quickly accommodate our unique requirements”, said Richard Land, Receiver for 38 Studios.

Ron Sacks, Provdotnet’s Managing Partner, said ” we are very pleased to have the Receiver for 38 Studios as our initial customer in our recently commissioned 5000 square foot data center”. “It was clear to us from the start that they required a local, flexible, and reliable provider to host their platform. Ron also said, “Prov.net demonstrated how quickly we could bring them on board.”

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 now has over 7000 square feet and can house up to 200 full data cabinets and associated computing equipment. Provdotnet is also planning to open a third 2000 square foot data center approximately 40-50 miles from Providence to assists customers with their Disaster Recovery requirements, visit http://www.prov.net

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