Frisco, Texas – (The Hosting News) – September 6, 2006 – Self-managed, dedicated server product and services firm, Layered Technologies, has upgraded its website with a range of new Value Added Services (VAS) to complement its existing ones. ”Layer S” services suite is designed to offer a re-energized view of existing VAS, with additions, while providing customers with understanding through product specific flash ad snippets.
Todd Abrams, President of Layered Technologies offered, ”The culture and philosophy of Layered Technologies (LT) is to surpass customer expectations in value and satisfaction. Layer S provides this. We are leading the way in dedicated hosting and see services to LTâ€™s line up as essential to support our customers.”
The full suite of services includes: Network upgrades, Firewall solutions, Backup/Storage, Disaster Recovery, Hardware upgrades, and Remote Access Options. Chris Murphy, Director of Sales explained, ”We provide the best resources for our customers, while making those services affordable,â€ said â€œOur services are developed with the business owner in mind, what is the best solution in order to help advance our customers in their marketplace.”
Mr. Abrams continued, ”Layered Technologies is developing a series of relationships to broaden its product line. We partner with HP and AMD to provide quality affordable self-managed servers for dedicated hosting. Services’ relationships include Cisco Systems, Equallogic, and 3PAR, top industry leaders. The synergies between these service products and LTâ€™s un-managed servers create a robust offering for the simplest to the most demanding web hosting needs.”
Layered Technologies, Inc. is a provider of self-managed, dedicated server products and services. Through bundling hardware, software, bandwidth, and Tier 1 data centers, Layered Technologies serves clients in over 120 countries. Layered Technologies’ goal is to provide solutions that allow enterprise customers and small and medium businesses to tap instant on-demand hosting and utility computing.
To learn more, please visit: www.layeredtech.com.