NetMix Broadcasting Network, a wholly owned subsidiary of Indie Ranch Media, has entered into a partnership with Colocube, a provider of carrier-neutral managed hosting and IP services.
As part of the pact, NetMix will host their core infrastructure with Colocube in 56 Marietta carrier hotel in Atlanta. 56 Marietta is a 160,000 SF, SAS (News - Alert) 70 certified, fully dedicated carrier-hotel/interconnect colocation facility that is home to the Southeast's largest concentration of telecommunication companies.
"We are pleased to form a partnership with Colocube as they bring a wealth of expertise in the managed hosting and IP services space with an excellent track record of scaling quickly to meet their clients' needs”, said Sparrow Marcioni, president of NetMix Broadcasting Network, in a statement.
Marcioni said that this partnership will allow NetMix to expand at a much faster pace with cost effective technical resources and infrastructure.
NetMix is an Internet broadcasting company that provides on demand and live broadcasts and archival storage for musicians and DJs worldwide as well as terrestrial radio stations and live events.
NetMix.fm features some of world's most renowned DJs' and artists' unique production work that cannot be heard on any other Internet channel.
"As NetMix continues to rapidly gain traction in the market, their requirements for core infrastructure and IP services will increase dramatically. We are poised to provide technical expertise and network infrastructure to meet NetMix's expansion requirements in multiple markets," said Fred Tanzella, CEO of Colocube.
Indie Ranch Media is an incubator dedicated to developing, supporting and launching Internet-based media ventures and technologies.
The company's focus is on combining strategy, ideas, and execution with the culture of entrepreneurial spirit to develop new media products faster, cheaper, and better.
The Company is supporting the development of NetMix Broadcasting Network Inc.
Recently NetMix Broadcasting Network had announced completing the technical requirements for broadcasting their top stations through the Flycast Network.
Flycast is portable music and talk radio that's claimed to be better than Satellite radio, easy to use, and works on the BlackBerry (News - Alert) (Bold, Storm, Curve), iPhone (Original, 3G, and iPod Touch) and Android phones like T-Mobile (News - Alert) G1.Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anil’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Tim Gray