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ServInt promotes Kevin Nicastro to Vice President of Innovation & Technology

/ McLean, Va.

ServInt, a pioneering provider of managed hosting for enterprises worldwide, today announced it has promoted Kevin Nicastro to the new position of Vice President of Innovation & Technology. In this position, Nicastro will lead the design team responsible for all of ServInt’s hosting-related technological innovations and new product deployments. Nicastro reports directly to ServInt Chief Technology Officer Matt Loschert.

Nicastro joined ServInt in 2004 and for the past year has served as ServInt’s Director of Engineering. He led the teams responsible for designing and building ServInt’s core networks, validating new cloud-based hosting systems, and managing its data centers.

Nicastro has nearly 20 years of experience designing innovative data networking, storage and hosting systems. He has built and supervised the management of numerous regional and nationwide IP networks, as well as multiple data centers worldwide.

“Kevin has been an invaluable asset to ServInt,” said Loschert. “He has been at the core of all our growth-focused engineering innovations — from our highly redundant, super-low-latency networks to the rapid expansion of our hosting infrastructure. In this new position, he will lead an expanded team of our brightest product engineers — a team that is exclusively focused on designing products that we believe will revolutionize the managed-hosting industry.”

About ServInt

ServInt is a pioneering provider of high-reliability, managed cloud hosting services for enterprises worldwide. Founded in Northern Virginia in 1995, ServInt provides a range of IaaS, PaaS, VPS and dedicated server packages to hosting service resellers, web designers, developers and online businesses in more than 130 countries. To learn more about ServInt’s cloud, VPS and dedicated hosting solutions, please call 1-800-573-7846 from the USA, +1-703-847-1381 from outside the USA or visit www.servint.net.

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