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Exodus Helps ISPs Cut Infrastructure Costs

Exodus Communications Tuesday unveiled an Internet service provider program designed to help ISPs curtail Internet infrastructure costs of bandwidth management.

"If service providers cannot scale to handle the exponential growth of web site traffic, they will not be able to grow their business." According to Ellen M. Hancock, Exodus president and chief executive officer.

The product is being showcased this week at ISPCON Spring 99

Exodus contents their ISP program will enable providers to achieve scale that would be difficult to establish on their own. Hancock said, "By taking advantage of the Exodus infrastructure, they [ISPs] can quickly accommodate rapid growth and scale to handle heavy traffic."

Exodus is an Internet and system network management enterprise that maintains eight data centers nationwide to provide co-location and wholesale bandwidth for ISPs requiring scalable demand.