Deadpoints Web hosting servers are provided by Tierrnet,
Inc. in San Diego California. Suppling state of the art technology backed by only the best
technical partners available.
Apache is the most popular and powerful web server on the Internet, and is
one of the only web servers to support the newHTTP/1.1 standard.
ATMNet and CRL provide reliable, multihomed, high-capacity network
connectivity to major U.S. backbones.
Our connection features quality network equipment, including hardware by Cisco, Bay Networks,
and Fore Systems.
Microsoft FrontPage is an easy-to-use publishing and HTML authoring
utility. It allows customers to generate web pages with dynamic content -- something
previously available only through CGI.
Our web servers use Pentium Pro technology
HTMLscript makes development of dynamic, interactive web pages as easy and
secure as HTML. HTMLscript has graciously provided us with custom enhancements designed to
enhance security and accessibility.
Known for its robust, high-performance networking services, FreeBSD is
effective under the heaviest of loads, and uses memory efficiently to maintain good
response times for thousands of simultaneous server processes.
Stronghold is an SSL-encrypting, enhanced commercial version of Apache,
second in popularity only to Netscape.
Most of our FreeCGI suite scripts are adaptations of scripts from Matt's
from Tierrant Inc. Web site.
"TierraNet is multihomed, which means that we maintain
connections to multiple access points on the Internet. Our traffic is carried directly to
the national backbones of Geo Net, MCI, UUNet, Sprint, PSI, ANS, and Agis through
multiple access points.
TierraNet servers are directly connected to one of the world's
fastest OC-3c backbones, which features transfer speeds up to 155 megabit. That's 3 times
the speed of a T-3. We also feature ATM technology which splits traditional data packets
up into smaller cells that allow faster transfer to occur in a multi-homed environment.
Our connection features quality network equipment, including
hardware by Cisco, Bay Networks, and Fore
TierraNet is pleased to announce that we have recently signed a
contract with CRL Networks. This agreement provides
additional network connectivity which will enhance redundancy and reachability of the
TierraNet network, in conjunction with continued support through ATMNet's access center in San Diego."