DirectNET Joins Tsunami Aid Relief Efforts!

From: DirectNet
Published: Wed Apr 27 2005

Broomfield, CO – February 2, 2005: DirectNET, the nation’s leading provider of centralized datacenter management solutions, proudly joined in the international humanitarian aid relief effort. Together with its employees the company donated thousands of dollars to Red Cross, earmarked to help the victims of the Asian Tsunami disaster.

Immediately after the Tsunami disaster the company offered to donate three dollars for every dollar donated by it's employees. DirectNET's employees donated generously and last week, the company mailed a sizable donation to the Red Cross.

"Our employees responded enthusiastically and generously to the international relief efforts" said Alan Mamane, DirectNET CEO and founder.

One of DirectNET's core vales is "Pursuing a Common Good", where employees are strongly encouraged to work for the greater good of the whole. In addition to humanitarian aid, the company proudly supports improving the quality of life in our community. In 2004, the company also gave donations to community housing, schools, and religious organizations.

About DirectNET, Inc.
DirectNET (, founded in 1995, is comprised of three independent business units: 42U, Server Racks Online and KVM Switches Online. 42U ( is the leading VAR of enterprise KVM Switch Solutions. KVM Switches Online ( is the largest KVM Switch e-commerce store in the US. Server Racks Online ( is the one and only online rack superstore in the US. All three companies were developed as a response to the overwhelming need for independent datacenter and server management solutions. As a result of the success of all three business units, DirectNET has over the last couple of years, become the number one reseller of the major KVM and server rack brands in the market.

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