Giganews Passes 5 Years of High Quality Binary Retention

Giving away five one-year Diamond accounts to celebrate

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Giganews, the world's premium Usenet provider, announced today that it has passed the five year mark for high quality binary retention, and more than ten years of text retention. The company also announced that it will give away five one-year Diamond accounts to celebrate this milestone. Anyone can enter for a chance to win one of the free one-year Diamond accounts. "We're excited about reaching this milestone and work hard to create the very best Usenet experience available," said Philip Molter, CTO at Giganews. "Year after year we've demonstrated our commitment to our Usenet community, now with members in more than 200 countries around the world." 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. To date, Giganews has over 40 billion articles stored. To ensure availability and performance, Giganews operates a worldwide network of server clusters and stores multiple copies of all Usenet data. Giganews is the only Usenet provider capable of this capacity and retention, and plans to continue growing its retention daily. Learn more about Giganews at

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Giganews, the world's largest and most trusted Usenet provider for more than a decade, offers unparalleled newsgroup access through a proprietary, scalable platform designed to maximize speed and reliability. Giganews serves individuals, as well as the largest Internet service providers, telecommunications companies, and multi-service providers in more than 200 countries, making it the top Usenet aggregation point in the world. More articles pass through Giganews on a daily basis than any other provider. In addition, the Giganews Newsgroups Archive hosts more than 40 billion articles requiring several petabytes (PB) of storage.

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