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Carolinanet acquires Cryptocomm client base
Published: September 1, 2003

Carolinanet purchased the web hosting customer base of The Cryptocomm Group, Inc. in Greensboro, NC. If you need assistance in maintaining your web site, call (336) 346-6000.

We are committed to providing excellent server colocation, managed servers, and web site hostingweb site development services and domain name registration services at competitive prices. The founders of this company are local to the Piedmont Triad and have been in computer and internet related businesses for more than 30 years.

Carolinanet offers shared hosting as an economical, flexible Web solution for small to medium sized businesses looking to establish an online presence with our lightning fast servers, first class support, and low prices.

Carolinanet colocation is the perfect solution for customers with a single rack mount server. It’s the most cost effective way to take advantage of the robust Carolinanet data center facility. We feature fully redundant, fiber optic high speed Internet access, uninterruptible, conditioned power, environmentally secure facilities and staff available around the clock to take your support calls.

February 5, 2004 – UPDATE: Previous Cryptocomm web hosting clients should in no way be effected by the recent bankruptcy filing by The Cryptocomm Group, Inc. If you have questions or concerns please call (336) 346-6000.

The Cryptocomm Group Files Bankruptcy Chapter 7

uscourt_sealThe Cryptocomm Group, Inc. located at Suite D, 8011 North Point Blvd, Winston Salem, NC 27106 filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the US Bankruptcy Court Middle District of North Carolina on January 30, 2004. The company is also know as, and does business under the names, United Networking Systems and UNETS. The first meeting of Creditors is scheduled for 9:00 AM, February 20, 2004 at the 226 South Liberty Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101.


Published in the Triad Business Journal February 4, 2004
Cryptcomm Group, Triad Calendar file bankruptcy.

The Cryptocomm Group Inc., a computer services and publishing firm with operations in Greensboro and Winston-Salem, has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The company, which also runs the Triad Calendar entertainment guide as well as United Networking Systems Inc., listed assets of $147,053 and debts of $305,366, according to its filing with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. Neither Cryptocomm President Scott Harrington nor his attorney, Dirk Siegmund, could be reached for comment. Among the 23 unsecured creditors in the case is landlord Blandwood Avenue Investments, which is owed $95,679. Cryptocomm has done primarily computer database services, networking and Web site development for Triad clients.

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