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RACKSPOT Becomes Gold Partner of WorldhostingDays 2011

March 14
08:07 2011

Website Hosting NewsLisbon – Rackspot® announced today the participation as Gold Partner on the WorldhostingDays 2011 event.  The WHD 2011 will take place from March 22nd to 25th in the Europa-­-Park, one of the largest theme parks of Europe, locatedin Rust – Germany, near the border triangle of France, Germany and Switzerland.

During the four days of the event, the most notorious companies and professionals of the hosting industry from the five continents will be gathered to discuss news and concerns that will affect the market, exchange experiences and present their business solutions.

[swfobj src=”×250.swf” width=”300/250″ align=”right”]As Gold Partner of the WorldhostingDays 2011, rackspot® will have a booth in the exhibit area (hosting.FAIR), where will present its latest solutions in Cloud Hosting, Dedicated Servers and Colocation to partners and visitors.

Two years after the presentation “IPv6 for hosters” on the stage of the WHD 09, Nuno Vieira, CTO and founder of the rackspot® will be back, on March 22nd, to present and analyze the protocol implementation growth and its future path.

About Rackspot
Born in 2008 rackspot is a nfsi telecom brand, created with the purpose of redefining hosting solutions and data center operations by offering a whole new level of flexibility and ease of use to Cloud Computing, Dedicated Servers, Colocation and SaaS (Software as a Service).

Committed to innovation, rackspot operates three state-of-the-art data centers, located in Lisbon (Portugal), Porto (Portugal) and Madrid (Spain). Its redundant IT infrastructure and Network provides extreme connectivity, scalability, and resources to help you grow your online business.

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