Jacent Boasts Facility

Jacent Technologies has moved its data center operations to a new facility to help handle the growing demand for its services

April 9, 2007

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Jacent Technologies, Inc., a leading supplier of on-demand ordering solutions for the restaurant industry, today announced it has moved its data center operations to a new state-of-the-art facility to help handle the growing demand for its services. The new facility, an Equinix Internet Business Exchange(TM) (IBX) center, features enterprise-level infrastructure, delivering high availability, scalable performance and maximum security, providing Jacent customers with world-class infrastructure and the assurance that their mission-critical business operations will always be well supported.

With a global footprint of more than 2.5 million square feet in 10 strategic markets across the United States and the Asia Pacific region, Equinix leads the industry in physical security, power availability and infrastructure flexibility, and serves as a core hub for critical IP networks and Internet operations worldwide. Equinix provides direct access to more than 200 networks, including all of the top global Tier 1 networks. Equinix's corporate clients include many of the world's largest technology and Internet brands, as well as the leader in Web communications services.

"We are continuing to experience increasing customer demand for our solutions," commented Mark Wallin, vice president of engineering for Jacent Technologies. "Moving to a new data center with leading-edge hardware continues a series of significant technology investments we've recently undertaken to provide us with the flexibility and scalability to meet our customers' growing needs."

Jacent Technologies Inc.

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