The web hosting market has improved dramatically in the last three months, according to Colt Telecom.
Paul David, Colt's director of advanced e-services, said: "You'd think things would be pretty terrible, but that's not so. We've signed more business since 11 September than in the first half of the year. That vulnerability has made people think again.
"If the UK was talking itself into recession before then, the conversation has changed and people want to build for the future. There are more large opportunities today than before 11 September by a factor of five."
Customers are also moving away from niche providers. "I think things are getting better already. Companies that were doing serious stuff are still doing serious stuff," he explained.
David added that Colt is also looking at an online storage service, likely to be rolled out early next year, which would allow customers to store terabits of data at its data centre.
Other big web hosting players have been suffering in recent months, however. CityReach International has gone into administration, and Exodus Communications has been acquired by Cable & Wireless.
Disaster recovery company Guardian iT is pulling out of web hosting at a cost of £12m.
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