Airbites, A Leading Provider of Broadband Internet Services in Central and Eastern...
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Airbites, A Leading Provider of Broadband Internet Services in Central and Eastern Europe, Chooses Diino to Provide Secure Web Storage, Access and Distribution Services to Its Customers STOCKHOLM, Sweden--(Business Wire)-- Diino (http://www.diino.com), a provider of secure Web-based file storage, access and distribution, today announced a far-reaching partnership with Airbites (http://www.airbites.net), a leading operator of broadband internet networks in Poland, Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine. Via the Diino Service, an intuitive and easy-to-use application designed for the end-user, Airbites' customers will be able to store, access, share, back up, publish and email files of any size effortlessly and securely from or to any device -- anywhere, anytime. Diino allows the user to access the storage account from any PC or mobile phone. "We are pleased to have launched this partnership with Diino," says Frank Bonnemeier, Airbites' Chief Commercial Officer. "We chose Diino because they have the best solution in the market and a well known brand throughout Europe. Diino's products will be an attractive component of our value-added service portfolio," To launch the new service, all Airbites' customers will be offered a free 25 GB trial account through Diino. Customers will be able to store and share their documents, music, photos, and files online, securely and safely. "The Central and East European market is growing exponentially from an internet connectivity perspective.," says Jan Nilsson CEO of Diino. "We believe that in partnering with Airbites we will be able to extend our presence into these markets significantly and add value both to Airbites, their customers and Diino." With more and more information being stored in digital form, the increase in worldwide demand for online storage and backup is expected to continue. Recent annual growth rates have topped 70%, with growth in Central and Eastern Europe far above average. By giving customers universally accessible file storage, collaborative work spaces, secure on-line back-up and personal VPNs, Airbites and Diino address the needs of both residential users and small- and medium-sized businesses. About Diino Diino AB with offices in Atlanta, London, Mexico City, and Stockholm has over the past years developed storage and file sharing technologies. Diino AB is one of the leading providers of secure online storage and file sharing technologies. Diino provides an easy, powerful, cost-effective and secure way for individuals and businesses to store, access, share and publish files. Diino AB and its U.S.-based subsidiary Bytek Systems Inc. is owned by Novestra AB (STO:NOVE), listed on OMX, as well as Swisscom, listed on the Zurich Stock Exchange. About Airbites Airbites' optical fiber networks provide reliable, high-quality broadband internet connections to residential and business users in dozens of cities in Poland, Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine. Along with access to the global internet, Airbites customers can choose to join an international community of P2P broadband users at speeds of up to 100 Mbit/s. Value-added services for residential customers include an attractively-priced voice and digital television offer, while business customers can choose from a variety of solutions tailored to their company's needs. This information was brought to you by Cision http://newsroom.cision.com Airbites Frank Bonnemeier, Chief Commercial Officer, Airbites Email email@example.com or Diino Thomas Spangberg, Chief Marketing Officer, Diino Email firstname.lastname@example.org Copyright Business Wire 2008
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