Giganews Usenet Promises 365 Days of Binary Newsgroup Retention; Delivers 400 Days


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Giganews Inc., the world's foremost premium Usenet provider, today beat its previous record of 365 days of binary retention. The company now provides customers with 400 days of binary retention in all 100,000 plus newsgroups.

Giganews now stores more Usenet data for a longer period of time than any other Usenet provider.

"It was fantastic to meet our goal of providing a full year of binary retention, and today's announcement is even more rewarding," said Philip Molter, CTO at Giganews. "Providing 400 days of binary retention across all newsgroups really shows that Giganews won't ever stop pushing to exceed our customers' expectations."

Giganews continues to lead the Usenet industry and has plans to further upgrade data storage around the world. The Giganews homepage is updated daily to reflect ever-increasing Usenet retention levels.

Giganews® Usenet is a global, public social networking community that enables its members to share discussions and user generated content on an unlimited number of topics. Today, Giganews Usenet represents over 100K (and growing rapidly) multimedia Internet channels and interactive discussions which is accessed by tens of millions of people from over 180 countries.

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