Rhapsody International expands usage of Internap's infrastructure services
Dec 03, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
Internap Network Services Corporation, a provider of hosting services, has announced that Rhapsody International, a digital music services company, is expanding its usage of Internap's infrastructure services.
An Internap customer since 2010, Rhapsody International signed a multi-year renewal for colocation and route-optimized IP connectivity services in Internap's Seattle data center and added managed hosting services in London.
"As we continue to expand into new markets across Europe and Latin America, we need to address a new set of customer demands," said Brian Ringer, chief technology officer at Rhapsody. "Internap provides the right mix of critical IT infrastructure and network optimization to ensure our subscribers consistently enjoy a premium music streaming experience."
Internap's Seattle data center offers secure, scalable colocation and managed hosting services with advanced monitoring and 24/7 live customer support, as well as its route-optimized, global Performance IP connectivity and Content Delivery Network (CDN) services for accelerated delivery of customer content, applications and communications throughout the world. In addition to the expanded colocation footprint in Seattle, Rhapsody International is now also using Internap's managed hosting services in its London data center to ensure reliable, timely content ingestion.
"As the disruption of the media and entertainment industry continues and more consumers and businesses shift to on-demand subscription services, the customer experience is king," said Josh Crowe, Internap's senior vice president of product development. "Internap is working closely with companies like Rhapsody International to help them create a competitive advantage through our high-performance IT infrastructure services that provide the best user experience possible."
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