San Francisco, California – (The Hosting News) – July 24, 2008 – Shared, reseller, colocated, dedicated and VPS hosting solutions firm, ServerPoint, has debuted access to Windows technology on a fully-redundant server infrastructure, through its new line of Windows Virtual Private Servers (VPS).
Erik Johnson, CTO of ServerPoint noted, ”The Windows virtualization platform provides a degree of application support and compatibility that is unavailable with our traditional Linux offerings, and we look forward to rolling out this new line of Virtual Private Servers to meet this need. For many users with specialized requirements, especially small to medium sized businesses hoping to implement Windows-based technologies, this product line will be an ideal fit.”
All plans are hosted on servers utilizing 8 Intel Xeon cores, 32GBs of RAM, 8-drive RAID 10 arrays and redundant power supplies. Each server is carefully monitored to ensure each VPS user has access to a guaranteed level of resources, comparable to the processing capacity of a dedicated server.
Key users for the new Windows Virtual Private Servers include .NET application developers, businesses seeking to run remote applications (such as QuickBooks), or groups desiring a central location for their files that they can mount remotely over a Virtual Private Network. To manage their account, customers have the choice of Plesk, DotNetPanel or no control panel.
Windows Virtual Private Server plans start at $27.99/monthly for 20GBs of storage space and 300GBs of bandwidth. All plans include 2-hour backups, Silverlight, Windows Media Server, IIS, Active Server Pages, and SQL Server Express.
Founded in 1998, ServerPoint is a recognized Web hosting industry provider, with an array of Shared, Reseller, Colocated, Dedicated and VPS hosting solutions to thousands of customers in over 100 countries. ServerPoint was formerly known as APlusHosting.com.