Cloud, bare-metal, and colocation solutions provider Limestone Networks Inc.
(Limestone Networks) has formed a partnership with Path Network. Limestone Networks, which has global headquarters in Dallas, Texas, United States, was established in 2007. The company’s services extend to Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) options alongside Intel and Supermicro servers. A cPanel and Parallels partner., its partnership with Path Network focuses on DDoS mitigation services.
Path Network, which has headquarters in New York, United States, was founded in 2018. The company specializes in consulting, security, networking, and MSSP services, offering website, application, and network uptime performance monitoring services that leverage “blockchain technology and smart contracts” and “powerful analytic tools”.
The partnership will see Path Network to offer Limestone Networks DDoS mitigation backbone services at its Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, and Salt Lake City data center facilities. The partnership will enable the company to offer clients an “invaluable amount of security and insight against threats” directed at infrastructure housed in its data centers. “Ensuring the privacy and security of all our customers is highly important to me and Limestone Networks, working hard to ensure that our customers and services have the best security infrastructure, partnering with Path Network allowed us to do so,” explained the COO of Limestone Networks, Preston Gosdin.
"We are excited and proud to be working with Limestone as they have expressed their interest in providing their customers with the best security infrastructure possible,” added the CEO of Path Network, Marshal Webb. “During these very troubling times, we have seen a surge in cybercrime which has left the valuable data of many companies vulnerable to the wrong people. We are glad to be working with Limestone to ensure they stay secure and safe from any possible threats."Do you know of any other companies involved in new partnerships? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.