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[December 06, 2012]

Peak Hosting Wins HostReview Award Four Months Running

Milpitas, CA, Dec 06, 2012 ( via COMTEX) -- Peak Hosting, an industry leader in managed hosting services and hybrid cloud hosting is pleased to be named by HostReview as one of the Top 10 Best Cloud Computing Providers for December 2012. This is the fourth consecutive month of achievement on a HostReview top ten list.

HostReview, a prevalent online resource for the hosting industry, makes its selections based on price, technology, reliability, and overall performance.

"We are honored by the recognition and will continue to find ways to provide value to our customers," said Jeffrey Papen, CEO and founder of Peak Hosting. "Our Peak Total Operations solution allows tech companies to outsource their operations to us so that they can focus their resources on core competencies." Papen believes Peak Hosting's presence on the prestigious list is due in part to the "high availability" design of its datacenters along with a well-earned reputation for managed hosting services. The company's unique architectural design is comprised of a fully redundant datacenter environment, which employs a duplicate component for every moving part--a structure designed to prevent downtime. While other companies may have some redundancy built in, Peak Hosting is redundant--or 2N--everywhere, even throughout its wiring features. "We want to make sure that component failure doesn't lead to service failure," said Papen. "This makes us unique in the marketplace because we never have to be down, even during a scheduled maintenance window." Peak Hosting offers a detailed look at its datacenter processes in its Operations-as-a-Service white paper, which also outlines the company's comprehensive hosting solutions. To learn more about Peak Hosting and its award-winning managed hosting services, contact Sheri Harrison at sharrison(at)peakhosting(dot)com.

About Peak Hosting Founded in 2001, Peak Hosting builds the world's largest Internet properties across every technology vertical. Engineers average over twelve years of industry experience and have designed, built, and scaled the largest and most well-known Internet giants.

Peak Hosting's AlwaysUp Architecture ensures component failure doesn't lead to service failure, enabling us to deliver an industry-exclusive 100% AlwaysUp SLA without exceptions, even for maintenance windows. As part of our Operations-as-a-Service solution, Peak Total Operations (PTO) delivers the expertise in everything but the code to manage every aspect of infrastructure operations so companies can focus on what they do best.

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