H-Realms Hosting has recently announced changes in hosting plan structures. H-Realms Hosting now offers hosting for two groups: General Topic Sites and “Society” Sites related to Science, Education and other approved topics. Approved topics include anything related to charity, nonprofit projects (like InnoCentric’s very own KnowledgeCurriculum.org), sites used to exchange information, education or school web sites, medical sites and a variety of other topics. An approved topics list will be online by the beginning of January. H-Realms Hosting will still offer plans for general purpose web sites, however they will be slightly more expensive.
“The goal of this conversion was an attempt tp stay true to the image of our parent company, developing our own niche and providing the best services to that market,” said Greg Hard, Chief Strategy Officer for H-Realms Hosting. “We have also given them neat names, including one called “Asimov” named after one of my all time favorite writers, Isaac Asimov.”
“Hosting companies are a dime a dozen today,” said Brad Lockman, Business Development Manager for InnoCentric Technologies. “InnoCentric is very glad that a niche so close to our initial vision was developed for our hosting company.”
The plans are available on their website now, but they don’t officially launch until the first hour of the New Year, followed shortly after by an official list of approved topics.
“We are optimistic for 2005,” Greg Hard added. “We believe this new niche will prove to be a successful business move, and we are very excited about what the future holds for us and our ventures.”