Eclipse Internet has been nominated for two accolades at the Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA) awards.
The broadband provider is up for the Best Dedicated Hosting and Best Managed Services gongs at the ceremony, which will take place on July 7th.
In the dedicated hosting category it faces competition from catalyst2, C4L, Namesco, NewNet, StratoGen and UKFast, while catalyst2, MacAce, Memset, UKFast and Urban Wimax are also up for the managed services prize.
Eclipse has earned its nominations due to its home-grown monitoring technology, Sentinal and SME tailored hosting package.
The internet service provider has a history of victory at the ISPA Awards, having taken home gongs for Best Business Broadband in 2003 and 2008, as well as being shortlisted for numerous other accolades over the years.
Awards will be given out in a wide range of other categories, including Best Consumer Fixed Broadband ISP, Best Mobile Broadband ISP, Best Consumer Customer Service ISP and Digital Inclusion.
The year's Internet Heroes and Villains will also be named at the ceremony, with the public able to nominate people or companies for these gongs until next week.