Singapore, China – (The Hosting News) – December 10, 2007 – Internet reliability and web hosting solutions provider, Hyperspin Internet Services, has added support for a variety of languages, to its website monitoring service. The language enhancements have been in development for about a year.
Hyperspin, provides a comprehensive and flexible monitoring services available in the industry, will make the newly added languages available to traditional customers, as well as independent resellers and their clients. The additions include German, Italian, Japanese, Persian, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.
ChoonKeng Chua, Managing Director at Hyperspin explained, ”One of our primary goals has been to make Hyperspin available to a wider variety of users. By adding support for seven more languages, we can provide our services to users in more parts of the world. We also see this as an opportunity for our resellers to enhance their offerings to better suit their own clients’ distinct needs.”
Resellers can choose which languages, services, and features to make available to their clients, adding an additional level of flexibility. There are few other website monitoring providers offering multi-lingual support. Among them, Hyperspin currently provides the largest selection of languages. There is no additional fee to utilize multi-lingual support, and Hyperspin automatically detects the user’s preferred language through their Web browser. Users can override this default language, if needed. The company hopes to continue to add additional languages and features, as requested by its users.
Hyperspin Internet Services is a registered online reliability solutions provider based in Singapore. Launched in 2002, the company’s flagship website and server monitoring service provides SMS and email updates of website downtime, allowing server administrators and webmasters to rectify reliability problems and maximize sales and ROI. Hyperspin currently monitors the reliability of more than 20,000.
To learn more, please visit: www.hyperspin.com/en.