Intergenia Partners with Comodo to Offer Certificates

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<p><strong>Jersey City, N.J. &mdash; July 6</strong><br />Comodo, a global certification authority and provider of identity- and trust-assurance management solutions, has announced that Intergenia, a Web hosting company, has chosen Comodo to power its new range of SSL certificate offerings, which will be initially made available via its Server4You brand.<br /><br />Intergenia will offer Comodo&rsquo;s Essential SSL, Essential SSL Wildcard and Instant SSL certificate products, which include Comodo&#39;s patent-pending Corner of TrustLogo &mdash; a real-time Web site identity-assurance tool that is proven to boost site visitor confidence and traffic conversion rates.<br /><br />Under its PlusServer and Server4You brands, Intergenia provides a complete portfolio of Web hosting services to more than 2 million active Web sites.</p><p>According to Internet Data provider Netcraft, it was the world&#39;s second-largest Web hosting provider in 2006. </p><p>Intergenia operates more than 30,000 servers for both Windows and Linux platforms.<br /><br />&quot;Intergenia are a major player within the global Web hosting market, and we are thrilled to be partnering with them,&quot; said James Langman, Comodo vice president of business development. &quot;When two companies both deliver cutting-edge products and services and hold themselves to the highest of standards, customers benefit from the synergistic product and service portfolio.&quot;</p><p>Intergenia AG President Thomas Strohe agrees.<br /> </p><p>&quot;With Comodo, we have found a leading and innovative partner for trust-assurance services on the Internet,&quot; he said. &quot;Because of this partnership, our customers will benefit from the highly valuable experience of Comodo and have an assurance that sensitive data is transmitted securely.&quot;</p>

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