(The Hosting News) – Debian 5, openSUSE 11.1 and Fedora Core 11 are Canadian VPS firm Cirrus’s latest Linux operating system distributions. Now firmly established itself as a leader in VPS hosting, Cirrus Tech continues to offer both new and existing clients with the latest Linux operating systems supported on their Virtuozzo VPS hosting platform.
With the aim of providing clients with the freedom to choose exactly the web hosting solution they require, Cirrus Tech is constantly updating their hosting plans to achieve this goal. Currently, Cirrus Tech offers a range of VPS hosting plans in both Windows and Linux operating systems. Clients are able to purchase multiple VPS with different operating systems under a single account. “We’ve seen many of our clients subscribe to more than one VPS, and it is often the case that they opt for different operating systems among their VPS subscriptions,” says Cirrus Tech CEO, Mr. Ehsan Mirdamadi.
With the addition of Debian 5, openSUSE 11.1, and Fedora Core 11, Cirrus Tech adds to their already extensive Linux offerings, which includes Ubuntu 8.04, CentOS 4 & 5, Debian 4, and Fedora Core 8. Clients don’t have to compromise when choosing the OS of their choice. Cirrus Tech clients not only have the ability to choose between a wide range of operating systems, but they can choose from a number of VPS hosting plans that include dedicated resources, Canadian IPs, and optional Plesk Control Panel.