Connectria Selected To Provide Oracle Managed Hosting & Solaris Managed Hosting for The Telegraph
ST. LOUIS, MO (June 29, 2006) - Connectria Corporation today announced that it has entered into a long term agreement with The Telegraph, India's largest English language news agency, to provide a customized Oracle Managed Hosting and Solaris Managed Hosting solution from Connectria's North American enterprise class data centers to deliver The Telegraph's online content to the western hemisphere.
Connectria's custom Oracle and Solaris Managed Hosting solution will allow The Telegraph to deliver its content to readers throughout the world without having to build or run a complex technology infrastructure or 24/7 support organization. The Telegraph will leverage Connectria's extensive expertise in Oracle and Solaris Managed Hosting, along with Connectria's world-class data centers and redundant Internet infrastructure. A key component of Connectria's custom Oracle and Solaris Managed Hosting solution was a flat monthly pricing model that allowed the Telegraph to accurately budget its costs and build a profitable online business model. Connectria's ability to completely tailor its support services to meet The Telegraph's unique requirements was another key component in The Telegraph's solution.
About The Telegraph
The Telegraph was launched on the 7th July, 1982, published by the ABP group of publications. The Telegraph in its short life span of 23 years has become the largest circulated English daily in the eastern region published from Calcutta. More information can be found at: www.telegraphindia.com.
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