Central Command, a leading provider of Linux, FreeBSD, and OpenBSD antivirus solutions announced today that Fasthosts Internet Ltd, the leading web hosting company in the United Kingdom (UK), has selected Vexira Antivirus for Linux to protect its email infrastructure against worms, viruses, trojans, and other malicious programs.
Located in Gloucester, UK, Fasthosts, the market leader in the UK, is one of the largest web hosting companies in the world. It is currently serving over one million customer domains. In addition, they are the world’s largest Windows 2003 web host and were the UK’s first company to launch a full .NET Framework hosting solution.
According to Central Command, Fasthosts is the largest web hosting company in the UK and our email systems deliver over 4.5 million emails each day. Our customers depend on our high standards to deliver to them reliable technically advanced solutions.
Vexira Antivirus is an enterprise-class antivirus solution developed to eliminate the email virus problem with its resilient and dependable operation. It is supported 24/7/365 by knowledgeable support staff familiar with large-scale email installations.
Features of Vexira Antivirus include:
Supported Linux x86 (IA32) platforms: Redhat, Red Flag, SuSE, Debian, Gentoo, Mandrake, Slackware
“This is why after extensive testing we chose Vexira Antivirus. It has proven to our engineers that it is a dependable, well supported application that can process and virus scan enormous amounts of email effortlessly. Our return on investment (ROI) has been significant,” said Andrew Michael, Fasthosts CEO.
Vexira Antivirus for Linux offers extreme performance, reliability, and return on investment (ROI) for web hosting companies, Internet service providers (ISP) and application service providers (ASP). Vexira Antivirus solutions are developed for large-scale email systems where email is a critical part of the organization. Leading service providers and large educational institutions around the world consistently find that Vexira is the finest Linux antivirus solutions available,” said Keith Peer CEO, Central Command Inc.