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EuroDNS, Digiweb and Instra, partner as resellers for Mega

EuroDNS, Digiweb and Instra, partner as resellers for Mega


Press Release MEGA
19 January 2013

Mega partners with three globally respected domain name registrars, EuroDNS, Digiweb and Instra, to offer secure, encrypted file sharing in a cloud-based storage repository.

The newly created company, Mega, will launch amidst great fanfare on January 19, 2013, under the maxim, “We Promise We Deliver – Bigger . Better . Faster . Stronger . Safer”. As leading domain name registrars, EuroDNS, Digiweb and Instra have been welcomed on board as resellers and jointly, they will provide expert product advice, technical support, marketing and billing support.

The description on the Mega website reads, “In the past, securely storing and transferring confidential information required the installation of dedicated software.” It continues, “The new Mega encrypts your data transparently in your browser, on the fly. You hold the keys to what you store in the cloud, not us.”

As trusted pioneers in their field, this newly formed partnership enables EuroDNS, Digiweb and Instra to offer their respective customers a secure cloud backup and file storage solution; the platform is fast and cost effective, with the high level of security achieved by utilizing an encryption generator to create a unique alpha-numeric code for the unlocking of files.

Mega Launch

Tony Lentino, Instra Founder and Mega CEO and Director, has been vocal in his continued support of Mega and the development of this revolutionary new internet service – a cloud storage provider designed to set a new benchmark in Internet privacy.”

Following the launch of the company in New Zealand, Instra will be contributing to operations and providing full frontline technical support.

EuroDNS Chairman, Xavier Buck started initial discussions with Mega and proposed EuroDNS as a reseller; striving to provide its customers the best services, Xavier saw this as an opportunity to offer a secure environment for the storage of files using the latest cloud computing technology. He says, “We are giving our customers the competitive edge; this state-of-the art cloud-based storage platform has unprecedented encryption security so users can store files safe in the knowledge that access is granted by them alone.”

The Mega launch takes place in New Zealand, January 19 (EST/GMT) – January 20 (NZDT).

About EuroDNS

EuroDNS is a domain name registrar specializing in international domain extensions.

Based in Luxembourg with branch offices in Europe, the USA and Asia with AsiaDNS, EuroDNS serves a large variety of clients ranging from SMEs to some of the world’s largest Domain Investors and offers dedicated naming solutions to Trademark holders.

By strongly participating in leading industry forums including ICANN and the International Trademark Association, EuroDNS seeks to promote e-Commerce and wider Internet adoption.

About Digiweb Group

Digiweb was established in 1997 and operates a mix of hosting and domain name brands including www.digiweb.co.nz and www.domaincentral.com .

The Group focuses on offering geographically diverse ‘trans-tasman’ cloud solutions to the SME market via its four Australasian data centres. Digiweb operates out of New Zealand with offices in Christchurch and Auckland. The Group holds domain name accreditations across multiple countries and is also ICANN accredited. In recent years the Group has grown significantly on the back of the ‘cloud’ revolution as it offers scalable solutions to a mix of global clients across wide ranging industry sectors.

About Instra Corporation Pty. Ltd

Formed in 1997, Instra Corporation is a privately-owned company based in Auckland, New Zealand and Melbourne, Australia. Instra has expanded its initial domain name business from New Zealand and Australia into a leading, worldwide domain registrar.

Instra Corporation supplies over 300+ country domains worldwide and has direct accreditations with over 100 registries. Many companies and household brand names from around the world take advantage of Instra’s unique and sophisticated Domain Management System to actively manage their online intellectual property. Our customers come from over 160 different countries.

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