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What is at Deadpoint


Deadpoint is a Web site design and layout business. Offering custom Web page design along with Web site hosting. You will find a collection of applications used in some Web layouts here at Deadpoint. We cover HTML, Java script, graphics, CGIscripts FrontPage Webs and other special services in web site development.

Deadpoint Profile
Thank you for visiting DEADPOINT! I hope you will find our services of use to you. We provide quality Web design  services and connection at very low prices. We are here to provide the very best possible Internet connection with unlimited Web space on the sites we design.

Deadpoint Resources
Deadpoint server resources are powered by Tierranet, Inc. located in San Diego Ca. Tierranet servers are directly connected to one of the worlds fastest OC-3 backbones, providing transfer speeds up to 155 MB. 3 times the speed of a T-3 connection. Contracted with CRL Networks, ATM technology. Network equipment hardware includes Cisco, Bay Networks and Fore Systems. 

Contact us
Please feel free to contact us. Comments, suggestions are always welcome. Deadpoint can also be reached via Ichat pager. If you have ichat look for Deadpoint. Send mail to gary@deadpoint.net   Thanks for stopping by!!

 


Contact Deadpoint

Deadpoint Internet Services
3955 Rhoda Dr. #2
San Jose, Ca 95117
408-243-3964
Webmaster: webmaster@deadpoint.net
Gary: gary@deadpoint.net


 

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