It might be the final frontier, but that isn’t stopping GForces from exploring new galaxies, to seek out new life and new civilisations – and to boldly go and sell NetDirector products where no NetDirector products have been sold before.
Yes, today is a big day for us. After many years of secret planning, development and careful purchasing of run-out products from NASA, GForces is launching NetDirector Voyager – our mission into the galaxy to search for new business opportunities. Needless to say, it’s one small leap for man, but one giant leap for automotive web technology.
This summer our ship, the eloquently named La Prof Soli 1 (after a Renaissance-period French philosopher), will launch from the wilderness of Kazakhstan and into the unknown. Our goal starts within the solar system where we will look to discover whether H.G. Wells was right and there really is life on Mars. Here, we set up a literal launching pad which will send our small team of astronauts into the universe – using the gravity of the sun to sling-shot them towards the Andromeda Galaxy.
NetDirector Voyager is fully equipped with the latest navigation systems and digital technologies that mean the crew will be in constant contact with our headquarters, within which we have set up an ops centre. We have also anticipated the complexities of life and personal transport on other planets, creating an all-inclusive NetDirector Saucer Suite and marketing packages including Total Digital Telepathy (for those beings who connect on a higher plain than us).
Through NetDirector Voyager we are really pushing the boundaries of our technological abilities, and by using it across galaxies, we will prove once and for all just how scalable our core web platform is.
We will be launching NetDirector Voyager in due course, so make sure you continue to check in on our blog for updates of how the mission is going, whether there really is life on Mars, and if the crew has unfortunately been assimilated into a race of androidal-like beings on a mission to take over the universe.
In the meantime, happy April the first!