6/17/10 – The Isle of Man-based company Continent 8 Technologies has been recognised for its unique innovation and industry leadership at the inaugural eGR business-to-business awards in London this week.
The awards acknowledge achievement and innovation among e-gaming’s business-to-business companies and service providers.
Continent 8 won the award for Data Centre of the Year with the judges recognising the company’s “unparalleled product capability, outstanding support service approach and unique global delivery capability.”
The awards were presented by the former Olympic athlete, Steve Cram, at a gala dinner at London's Old Billingsgate market.
With a track record of supporting the e-gaming industry over the past twelve years, Continent 8 operates in three continents, with seven strategically located data centres linked together over a significant private global network.
The company is considered by an extensive customer base to be reliable and innovative, supporting gaming clients through a multi-jurisdictional model of co-location and managed services.
Peter Williams, Business Development Director who collected the award along with Chief Development Officer Nick Nally, said “Our success lies in our dedication to creating effective solutions specifically designed to support the gaming industry, delivering the services necessary to support business goals and in the locations in which services are required.
“Our continued investment in services, network and locations is a direct response to our customer’s growth, industry regulation and player preferences. We are delighted to achieve this recognition from our peers in the industry.”
Continent 8 Technologies provides quality outsourced Internet infrastructure and related managed hosting services to e-business and e-gaming industry, specialising in gaming hosting services.
Its understanding of international licensing means that solutions are bespoke for the online gaming industry’s needs in cross-jurisdictional business solutions as well as technical expertise.
The company’s data centres in the Isle of Man, Gibraltar, London, Paris, Malta, Singapore and Kahnawake are ideally located for access to the major global e-markets of Europe, Asia and North and South America.