Internet America, an industry leader in the Internet services market, announced today that they are partnering with Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of open source solutions to the enterprise, to deliver Red Hat Enterprise Linux as the operating system of choice on the company’s dedicated server platform — NEO.
NEO servers are Internet America’s self-managed server hosting and value- added data center service. The three self-managed server products, NEO Graphite, NEO Magnesium and NEO Titanium provide a broad array of options to run the most demanding applications, from Web site hosting, e-commerce solutions, to full gaming platforms. NEO servers come preinstalled with Red Hat Enterprise Linux3 and are hardware and software customizable based on the individual needs of the consumer.
“Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a great solution for our NEO self-managed servers. It was chosen as the operating system of choice for NEO servers because it provides one of the most stable operating system available. It allows us to offer our customers a robust platform they can rely on to host their applications, all in a low-cost self-managed server hosting solution,” said David Allard, Executive Vice President at Internet America. “It is an exciting value-add for our customers who appreciate the flexibility that Red Hat Enterprise Linux offers them.”
“Red Hat Enterprise Linux offers a reliable, scalable, enterprise-class server platform for Internet America’s NEO servers to support mission critical e-commerce applications and web hosting environments,” said Deb Woods, vice president of Product Management at Red Hat. “We are pleased to work with Internet America to bring a fast, high-quality connectivity choice to their customers.”
Prices for the NEO Server line range from $69 to $229 per month. Each server comes with a 1000 GB of bandwidth per month, and a free upgrade to 1 GB of RAM. For more information on NEO servers, visit http://www.neo.net/ .