Atlantic.Net is one of the fastest-growing private companies
in Florida and the nation. Recognized as one of the Southeast's
most reliable Internet Protocol (IP)-Carriers, Atlantic.Net serves
more than 55,000 customers. Services include broadband, e-commerce,
Web solutions and dial-up. The company has been featured in newspapers
and magazines nationwide including Business Week, USA Today, Inc.
Magazine, Entrepreneur Magazine, The Miami Herald, The Florida Times-Union
and The Gainesville Sun. Below are highlights from Atlantic.Net's
media coverage over the past several years:
"Now, with some cash built up and highly leveraged competitors
dropping like flies, [Atlantic.Net is] opening a front in Orlando."
Orlando Business Journal, April 2002
"Users should appreciate Atlantic.Nets somewhat unusual
approach to providing service. To ensure quality of service, Atlantic.Net
shapes the bandwidth to deliver what the customer ordered..."
Small Business Computing, December 2001
"We all know that Internet-related businesses are dropping
left and right, if they haven't been felled already. But Manoj 'Marty'
Puranik has turned the upheaval of the ISP industry to his advantage."
Inc. magazine, October 2001
could almost call Atlantic.Net the anti-dot-com. It turned a profit
almost immediately, was completely self-financed for its first five
years, and last year brought in revenues of more than $10 million.
With its own network, little debt, and 50,000 subscribers, it's
well-insulated from the problems plaguing other Internet service
providers." Business Week, April 2001
to Watch" Florida Trend, April 2001
350: Atlantic.Net. Inc. 500, October 2000
Inc. is proving an Internet service provider doesn't have to be
in a big city just to service it. The privately owned company just
linked businesses and consumers in Atlanta to the Cisco AS5x00 family
of servers it operates from its 8,000-square-foot headquarters in
Gainesville. But don't judge this company by physical size."
dbusiness.com, July 2000
may not be the biggest fish in the ISP ocean, but they are one of
the most successful. They just completed their (count 'em!) 10th
ISP acquisition and have expanded out of Florida across the southeastern
United States." Entrepreneur's Business Start-Ups Magazine,
hoping to acquire additional ISPs, the company has been rapidly
expanding for several years, buying up existing companies and launching
new service in rural or untapped markets." The Gainesville
Sun, March 2000
fast-growing Internet service provider Atlantic.Net is firming up
its commitment to becoming an Internet Supercarrier."
dbusiness.com, February 2000