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Web Hosting Provider Incognito Acquires SCPanel.net
Incognito Will Introduce Free SCPanel Installations, Release New Shoutcast Features

Web hosting solutions provider Incognito Networks has announced that it has made an agreement to acquire SCPanel.net, makers of the Shoutcast control panel.

"SCPanel.net has done an amazing job producing the most feature-filled and wholly unrivaled Shoutcast control panel in the industry," suggested Elliot Bradshaw of Incognito Networks. "We're looking forward to working with the SCPanel developer team and taking this product to the next level. Watch for some truly remarkable changes with SCPanel in the near future."

SCPanel will be integrated with Incognito Networks' technical support and the company will ultimately introduce free SCPanel installations for new and current customers. Incognito will maintain SCPanel developers and continue to release new Shoutcast features.

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Incognito Networks has announced that an agreement to acquire SCPanel.net, makers of the Shoutcast control panel. Incognito will maintain SCPanel developers and continue to release new Shoutcast features.

Incognito Networks has announced that an agreement to acquire SCPanel.net, makers of the Shoutcast control panel. Incognito will maintain SCPanel developers and continue to release new Shoutcast features.


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Web Hosting News Desk wrote: Incognito Networks has announced that an agreement to acquire SCPanel.net, makers of the Shoutcast control panel. Incognito will maintain SCPanel developers and continue to release new Shoutcast features.
Web Hosting Newa Desk wrote: Incognito Networks has announced that an agreement to acquire SCPanel.net, makers of the Shoutcast control panel. Incognito will maintain SCPanel developers and continue to release new Shoutcast features.
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