Hill Country Technologies, Inc. is pleased to announce the availability of
disaster recovery and application service provider hosting solutions to the
HP3000 community. Other platforms will be supported as needed for clients.

The facilities available are:
commercial computer room/data center installation, downtown San Antonio, TX
located at major North-South-East-West transit for voice and IP traffic
from Florida to California and Mexico/South America to Chicago
building security: key tag entry at building entrance, electronic lock at suite
computer room security: camera monitored 24x7x365
rack space: lockable racks can include alarm monitoring and web cam viewing
electrical: building power in 'downtown loop' that hasn't had a power failure
in more than 20 years; 110-220 single and triple phase available; DC available
air conditioning: in suite monitored and kept at 65-66 24x7x365
bandwidth: 1-100Mb available, 1Mb commit minimum, burstable to 100Mb without
operator intervention required (use it any time you need it)
bandwidth is multi-homed from three providers, routers are using BGP
hosting: your box(es) or ours, based on rack space needed and bandwidth
network monitoring: 24x7x365 for traffic, uptime and alarms
data security: Cisco and Linux based VPN connections supported
service level agreements available
site is 10-25 minutes (depending on traffic) from San Antonio Intl. airport
full-time certified electrician available 24x7x365

These services are suitable for any companies wishing to comply with auditor's
and SEC requirements for disaster recovery plans, application hosting or system
availability for remote historical records access. Long term plans available,
terms from 1 to 5 years with renewals. Client and/or auditor site visits
welcomed.

For further information and to discuss your company's specific requirements,
please contact:

Matthew Perdue
Hill Country Technologies, Inc.
PO Box 460091
San Antonio TX 78246-0091
210-861-3000
210-579-1700 fax

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