Tier.Net Expands Hosting Services with Addition of New York Datacenter

September 29, 2017, Latham, New York: Tier.Net Technologies, LLC (www.tier.net) has announced the expansion of its hosting service operations with the addition of a New York datacenter location. Tier.Net specializes in Small Business (cPanel) Website Hosting, VPS, Dedicated Server, and Colocation Hosting.

“Tier.Net’s rapid growth and steadily increasing sales has fueled our expansion plans,” said Tier.Net Managing Partner, John Dundon. “New York is the latest of our strategically selected datacenters, added to meet the demands of our growing northeast client base. Our newest network topologies offer lightning fast 10GigE port speeds direct to your server. Even shared hosting can burst to 10GigE. We are the only full-service hosting provider offering such speeds in many locations,” said Dundon.

The company has also recently expanded its 24/7 live chat and technical support team with over a dozen North-America based, level-one support agents as well as level three-technicians and sales consultants. Tier.Net is a privately-owned company with offices in Florida and New York, offering multiple USA datacenter location options including Charlotte (North Carolina), Bend (Oregon), Dallas (Texas), Latham (New York), Los Angeles (California), Monticello (Iowa), and Las Vegas (Nevada).

About Tier.Net Technologies LLC:

Established in 2013, Tier.Net has made a name for itself by offering quality web hosting solutions. Tier.Net offers Business Web Hosting, Reseller Hosting, VPS Hosting, Dedicated Servers, and Domain Registration at competitive prices in the market. Its unparalleled support makes it exemplary for clients searching for a solid web hosting provider for their personal and business sites. Additional information about Tier.Net’s datacenters and hosting services can be found online at www.Tier.Net.

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