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Hammer Fiber launches cloud services based on dedicated bare metal servers

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POINT PLEASANT BEACH, NJ – New Jersey based wireless and fiber network operator, Hammer Fiber Optic Investments Ltd., a subsidiary of Hammer Fiber Optic Holdings Corp. (OTCQB:HMMR) has launched its Dedicated Bare Metal Server IaaS platform today.  This marks the company's entry into Cloud Services, adding a new vertical into their product portfolio.

Bare Metal services allow companies to build their own cloud system on Hammer Fiber's modern server infrastructure, fiber network and data center presences in some of the most secure buildings in the New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia area.  Hammer Fiber's servers feature best in class computing power, paired with an all-flash array storage system providing the best in speed, reliability and efficiency.  This service allows enterprise businesses the advantages of cloud based systems without losing the benefits of a corporate data center.

"We launched this service based upon feedback from current customers.  As traditional cloud services prove to scale poorly for some businesses, Bare Metal offers a best of both worlds scenario for our current and future customers," said Daniel Corbe, Director of Network Operations.  "The Cloud Services industry generated $130bn in 2017 and is expected to grow to $160bn by 2020.  Hammer is in the perfect position to capitalize on this market and offer a true value service to our customers."

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