FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday, April 28th, 2003
LOS ANGELES, CA – mobileStorm announced today it has signed a long-term contract with Urbancolo, a premier Independent broadband services provider.
“mobilestorm is preparing to ramp up their infrastructure for the new launch of their ASP messaging platform Stun!™, and we are very pleased that they have chosen Urbancolo Networks as one of its strategic infrastructure providers.” Stated Toby Morning, Urbancolo’s CEO and Founder. He continues, “mobilestorm has signed agreements with a number of major portals, entertainment companies, and promoters that recognizes the company as a legitimate email and wireless marketing service. Urbancolo is proud to be working with them.”
Jared Reitzin, mobileStorm’s CEO states, “Because of the amount of messages we distribute on a monthly basis, it is important for us to have a large network. Urbancolo will not only be able to provide us with the space we need, but the security and speed necessary to properly launch Stun!™, this coming August.”
mobileStorm plans to maintain a good portion of its infrastructure at Urbancolo’s NOC, in downtown Los Angeles. Urbancolo will provide servers, hosting, and network administration.
Urbancolo is the largest and fastest growing minority owned hosting and collocation company worldwide. Urbancolo is wholly owned by Urban Technology Ventures (UTV)
mobileStorm Inc. founded in October 1999 and headquartered in Southern California, provides advertisers, direct marketers, subscription based newsletters, highly visible brands, and small to medium sized businesses, with a complete online marketing software package. Through the Company’s proprietary software Stun!™, advertisers, content companies, and brands, can directly reach willing (opt-in) consumers by sending highly targeted, time sensitive, location based advertising, information, and content, to their inbox or wireless device (e.g. cell phones, pagers, PDA’s). Stun!™ helps businesses manage consumer interaction, response, and fulfillment.
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