Today we have reached a new milestone in usenet performance. We have officially hit 3,000 days of binary retention. That means that no article posted in the last 3,000 days has been lost due to a lack of storage space.
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We’ve reached a huge milestone today by officially hitting 2500 days of usenet retention in our binary newsgroups. 11 years ago, when NGD was just getting started, retention was commonly in the 14-24 day range. It’s hard to believe just how far we’ve come. Vastly improved hard drive technology and dwindling storage costs have made this monumental growth possible.
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Today we reached a new milestone! Our binary retention has crossed the 2,200 day mark. It’s always exciting when we reach nice round numbers like 2,000 days or 2,200 days. It’s a good time to reflect on how far we’ve come as a company (and an industry). Thanks to our amazing customers for making this continued growth and improvement possible. We couldn’t do it without you!
We just wanted to provide a quick update on our retention statistics. Today we passed the 1350 days mark for binary retention… that’s about 3.7 YEARS. Hooray for technology!
Just a quick retention update. Over the past couple of weeks we’ve zoomed past another milestone. We’re now offering over 700 days of binary retention. Our text group retention continues to push the envelope at over 1400 days.