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Keynote Systems Selects AiNET for Data Center Colocation and Internet Connectivity

March 28, 2012

AiNET, builder of CyberNAP, the DC area’s largest data center, wins highly-competitive bid for Keynote Systems contract.

Washington, DC (PRWEB) March 28, 2012

AiNET® announced today that it was selected by Keynote® Systems (NASDAQ: KEYN) as a data center colocation and Internet connectivity provider. This customer win follows just days after the announcement of the Washington, DC region´s largest data center, CyberNAP.

Keynote Systems, based in San Mateo, CA, is a global leader in Internet, mobile cloud testing and monitoring. AiNET is an innovative leader in design, construction, operations, and technology solutions for Internet data centers and fiber optic networks.

Expanding its presence in the Washington, DC region, Keynote evaluated a number of locations and providers. The final selection of AiNET was made based upon better reliability, flexibility, connectivity options, support, and an overall superior value proposition.

“Because we´ve deployed in so many locations around the world, not many others know how to select data center colocation sites and providers like Keynote does,” said Dave Bresci, Keynote´s director of external operations. “When we performed our evaluation, AiNET stood out from the others and its performance has exceeded our expectations.”

Keynote maintains the world´s largest on-demand performance monitoring and testing infrastructure for Web and mobile sites comprised of over 4,000 measurement computers and mobile devices in over 275 locations around the world which enable companies to continuously improve the online and mobile experience.

AiNET´s data centers offer unmatched reliability and certainty for mission-critical applications. Newly-patented power protection technology, 24×7 on-site systems and expert support personnel, provide customers with services to protect their applications, websites and cloud infrastructure. AiNET´s wholly-owned DWDM fiber network provides access to hundreds of carriers with nearly unlimited capacity.

“We know that Keynote Systems had many choices, and are thrilled that the globally-recognized expert chose AiNET in a very competitive evaluation,” said Deepak Jain, president of AiNET. ”AiNET is proving that reliability, service and flexibility can be coupled with value in a data center.”

About AiNET

AiNET® is a leader in engineering, construction, cybersecurity, mission-critical technology operations for Internet data centers and fiber optic networks supporting secure critical applications. The 19 year-old firm currently owns and operates three SAS 70 Type II data centers in MD, including one of the world´s few certified TIA-942 Tier IV data centers. All data centers feature AiNET´s cloud computation and storage services and are protected by AiNET´s patented power protection technology. CyberNAP will open in July of 2012. http://www.ai.net.

About Keynote Systems

Keynote® Systems, Inc., (NASDAQ:KEYN) is the global leader in Internet and mobile cloud testing and monitoring. Keynote maintains the world´s largest on-demand performance monitoring and testing infrastructure for Web and mobile sites comprised of over 4,000 measurement computers and mobile devices in over 275 locations around the world that enable companies to continuously improve the online and mobile experience. Known as ℠The Mobile and Internet Performance Authority, Keynote offers three market-leading product platforms.

Keynote’s 4,000 customers represent top Internet and mobile companies and include American Express, AT&T, Disney, eBay, E*TRADE, Expedia, Google, Microsoft, SonyEricsson, T-Mobile and Vodafone. Keynote Systems is headquartered in San Mateo, California and can be reached at http://www.keynote.com/ or by phone in the U.S. at 1-800-KEYNOTE.

AiNET and CyberNAP are registered trademarks of AiNET Corporation. Keynote is a registered trademark of Keynote Systems, Inc.

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