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iWeb’s upgrades network to 50Gbps

Montreal-based web hosting provider iWeb has expanded its network. It started with 9Gbps at the start of last year and has just reached 50Gbps. The reason for the increase is to meet and support the bandwidth demand of those who use their services. iWeb received a credit on the amount of $1 million Canadian dollars in February 2008 from the Bank of Montreal.

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  1. I have had some bad experiences with Iweb in the past. A few years ago they were offering very cheap domain name registrations and they were offering very poor customer service. I am not sure if I would want to get any hosting from such a company. I hope that they use some of the money for improving their customer service team and support system. Has anyone actually used them for hosting? What has been your experience with them?

    Posted by Jamesb | Sunday, February 1, 2009, 1:00 pm

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