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AIS Announces Lunarpages Contract Renewal & Expanded Working Relationship

The AIS Lightwave Data Center to Continue as Focal Point for Supporting Lunarpages' Regional Enterprise Clients

SAN DIEGO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/04/12 -- AIS (American Internet Services), a leading provider of enterprise-class data center, cloud and connectivity services, today announced Web hosting firm Lunarpages, a leading provider of fully managed web hosting services with over 150,000 customers, has just signed a contract renewal that continues their long-standing business relationship in support of Lunarpages' enterprise clients in the San Diego region. AIS currently provides Lunarpages space, power and bandwidth at the company's enterprise-class Lightwave Data Center. Discussions are underway to further expand the relationship to include joint business development activities.

"We've been working with AIS for over four years and feel the state-of-the-art infrastructure in their Lightwave Data Center combined with their super-knowledgeable engineering and support staff are key to our ability to provide superior service offerings to our clients in the region," said George Natzic, chief executive officer, Lunarpages. "Our companies have complementary skills that can benefit many of the businesses in the area."

"Lunarpages has a strong presence in the San Diego region where they provide superb web hosting and managed services," said Tim Caulfield, chief executive officer at AIS. "We are glad to be a part of their continued growth and look forward to exploring opportunities for working together to support businesses of all sizes."

The SSAE 16 compliant, SOC 1, 2, and 3 audited Lightwave Data Center is one of six premium, enterprise-class, carrier-neutral data centers and one network node / point of presence (POP) that AIS operates with locations in San Diego, Phoenix, and Los Angeles. All have N+1 / 2N (or greater) redundancy levels for unsurpassed reliability and security. AIS also operates its own regional optical and dark fiber network, along with its own MPLS network that spans from Los Angeles to San Diego to Phoenix. More information is available at: http://www.americanis.net/company/.

About Lunarpages Internet Solutions
Lunarpages is a leading provider of fully managed hosting services with over 150,000 customers, providing secure, reliable and compliant IT infrastructure and management for some of the world's most demanding enterprises. Founded in 1998, Lunarpages is a growing, profitable business run by a seasoned management team with experience in delivering hosting solutions including colocation, managed services and cloud hosting services. Lunarpages' suite of services are designed for organizations seeking scalable, secure, robust and enterprise-grade hosting solutions that can be quickly provisioned or tailored to meet unique requirements. Backed by its commitment to deliver a "customer first" solution, Lunarpages Internet Solutions consistently delivers an experience that exceeds customers' expectations. More information is available at: www.lunarpages.com.

About American Internet Services
American Internet Services (AIS) is an enterprise-class data center, cloud and managed services company known for its robust network, security and solutions engineering capabilities that help companies get the most out of their information technology initiatives. AIS operates secure, SSAE 16-compliant facilities in Los Angeles, San Diego and Phoenix, providing geographical diversity and redundant connectivity to create effective business continuity solutions. Expanding its portfolio into cloud services, AIS provides enterprise-grade, highly scalable Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) alongside traditional managed services (load balancing, security and archiving). By maintaining a focus on leading-edge technologies, AIS has become a recognized leader in delivering cloud strategies for the Bioinformatics and Life Sciences industries. In business for over 20 years, AIS is privately held -- backed by Seaport Capital, Viridian Investments, and DuPont Capital Management. For more information, visit www.americanis.net or call (866) 971-2656. Also, follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/aisdc), LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/company/american-internet-services), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/AISDC).

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For more information, contact:

Brian Wood
Vice President, Marketing
AIS (American Internet Services)
(858) 576-4272 x110
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Annie Gladue
Jedemi Communications for AIS
415-302-8990
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