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8 To Infinity Announces Sale of Affordable Dedicated Servers

Prepaid Contract with No Cancelation Fee Offers Best Value for Money in Hosting Market

SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE -- (Marketwired) -- 04/24/13 -- 8 To Infinity, Singapore's premier-level hosting company and part of XBT Holding's growing portfolio, today announced the launch of a sale of affordable dedicated servers.

The non-branded servers are priced from 99 SGD and offer Pentium 4 (P4), Core2Duo and Xeon processors as well as 1 GB to 4 GB of RAM. A shared 10 Mbit network is provided, as is free pre-setup Linux.

This new sale from 8 To Infinity provides excellent value for money to small office and home office (SOHO) customers and individuals looking for the best hosting facilities at an economic price. The dedicated servers will be housed at one of Singapore most secure data centers - Telin.

"Singapore is renowned for being the financial center of the entire Asia Pacific region. It is also the landing point for the majority of Transpacific communication cables, ensuring reliable, low latency connection to Hong Kong, China and the rest of the world," said Siarhei Karatkevich, 8 To Infinity COO.

"8 To Infinity continuously strives to improve its offerings to accommodate business requirements of all customer categories. This new promotion is targeted to help small businesses have their servers located in this lucrative business gateway and gain access to its numerous opportunities at a very affordable price," Siarhei Karatkevich added.

The new service is offered on a prepaid basis, with no cancellation fee. This means customers can have the peace of mind that they are only paying for the servers for as long as needed.

8 To Infinity stands alone as the only hosting company to offer dedicated hosting services to its customers at this price point.

Customers looking to take advantage of this offer can find more information on 8 To Infinity's website: http://8.to.

About 8 To Infinity

8 To Infinity, founded in 1997, is one of Asia's longest-established hosting companies. It has been a trusted provider to large industry and government customers, as well as gaming and e-commerce companies and solo entrepreneurs. 8 To Infinity provides premier dedicated hosting, colocation, data hosting and CDN services, using state-of- the-art technology that allows clients to concentrate on their core business operations. To learn more about the company, please visit: http://www.8.to.

About XBT Holding

XBT Holding Ltd. is a privately-owned global hosting, network solutions and web development provider founded in 2005, with offices in eight countries. Worldwide enterprise and SMB customers rely on XBT's international expertise and comprehensive service portfolio, including managed dedicated hosting, colocation, shared and VPS hosting, high-performance network, cloud, web and application development services. The company operates a worldwide proprietary network through five carrier-neutral data centers and 12 points of presence in the United States, Europe and Asia, with more than 16,000 servers throughout seven subsidiaries. XBT Holding partners with most major Tier 1 networks to ensure high-speed international connectivity up to 1.3 Tbps. XBT is now one of the fastest-growing companies in the Internet infrastructure industry. Visit XBT online at http://www.xbt.com.

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