SingleHop Q2 Revenue Growth up 19%
According to SingleHop’s statement, expansion in new server installations increased more than 200 percent compared to the same period last year, and increased 15 percent over last quarter. During quarter two, SingleHop centered its efforts on providing patrons more control and capacity. It released LEAPmobile, which supplies patrons with mobile control over their servers using devices including the iPhone, BlackBerry, Google’s Android-based telephones, and others.
Earlier it had opened its 1 Gbps “Private Network,” an SSL-VPN gateway for ultra-secure server connections. SingleHop also finished the second phase of their network upgrades across the quarter, investing more than $300,000 to triple its capacity to eighty Gbps across the network, as well as inflating redundancy and trustworthiness.
“The company had glorious 2nd quarter progress, both in numbers and accomplishments,” general manager and president Zak Boca claimed in a press release. “We are particularly happy with the advantages a 2nd information center offers to all our clients, in both additional capacity and disaster recovery. Our development team continued to enhance the features provided to our clients.”.
SingleHop also reported a heavy increase in its average income per user compared to quarter one of 2009. “Ultimately, though , it definitely was a quarter full of investments toward the future, with the hiring of a Senior Network Engineer, the investment in our network, the launching of an ultra secure and fast non-public network and the opening of our 2nd info center,” Boca related.