BRISBANE, Australia & OMAHA, Neb.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PowerDNN, the world’s leading host of DotNetNuke® websites, has expanded its investment in Australia and AsiaPac by opening a new, state-of-the-art datacenter presence in Brisbane. This location will serve customers in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, and the entire AsiaPac market.
“PowerDNN has always been committed to serving the DotNetNuke community all over the world,” said Tony Valenti, CEO of PowerDNN. “And as much as we like to think that the physical location of technology doesn’t matter, the truth is, in the age of the Cloud it matters even more.”
DotNetNuke is the leading Content management System on the Windows platform and the makers of DotNetNuke have just released version 7 (DNN 7). With this new release, performance and expertise become even more valuable.
With PowerDNN’s expanded presence in Australia and its existing infrastructures in the United Kingdom and the United States, PowerDNN is not only the largest host specializing in DotNetNuke, but it is the only global player in the field. That’s why businesses, enterprises, and government agencies all around the world are trusting PowerDNN to host their mission-critical DotNetNuke websites.
“Websites need to load faster, apps need to be more responsive, and local businesses and governments need to know that their data is close to home. That’s why we have expanded into new datacenters in Australia and the UK,” continued Mr. Valenti.
At PowerDNN, “DotNetNuke Done Right” is more than a slogan; it has been our core philosophy since we were founded by Tony Valenti in 2002. Our US, UK, and AU based networks are DotNetNuke-optimized for maximum performance, reliability, and speed. We have been dedicated to serving DotNetNuke customers since version 1.0. Our expert support team is based at our headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska, and is available 24/7/365. You can learn more about PowerDNN at: http://www.powerdnn.com
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