FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Nov. 27, 2001 Dialtone Internet Inc., a leading independent provider of dedicated and co-location Web-hosting services, today announced it is donating bandwidth and memory on its servers for the OsiruSoft Spam Stopper service to block Unsolicited Commercial E-mails (UCE) commonly known as Spam.
To accommodate for the fast-growing use of the service worldwide, Dialtone has agreed to donate and maintain the server space for a secondary DNS service for the OsiruSoft blocking list, which is continuously updated. The list of Web sites and IP addresses that distribute Spam e-mails allows sites and hubs to automatically block mail from domains whose IP numbers are on the list.
Were pleased to donate the server space to help prevent Spam e-mails that many people find annoying and inappropriate, said Alvaro Albarracin, chief executive officer of Dialtone Internet. Were serving as a responsible Net citizen by making it easier for system administrators around the globe to access and use the blocking service.
Since its inception in 1998, Dialtone Internet has worked to prevent Spam e-mails. It was one of the first dedicated hosting providers to implement a relaying system on its servers to prevent Spam e-mails while allowing customers to send and receive mail.
About Dialtone Internet
Dialtone Internet Inc. is an international provider of Linux and Windows dedicated hosting and co-location services. With data centers in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Mexico City, Dialtone supports a network of Internet servers, e-commerce applications and Web-hosting systems for customers located in the United States and throughout 80 countries in Latin America, the United Kingdom, Europe and Asia. The companys data centers are equipped with leading hardware and software, including Intel processors, Red Hat Linux, IBM servers, SCSI drives and Sun Cobalt Network RaQs.
Additional information about Dialtone Internet is available
via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org,
by calling (800) 617-1407 or visiting www.dialtone.com.
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