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Cirrus Tech Announces New Shared Hosting Plans

3 October 2009 1,035 supporters No Comment

Company introduces Linux multi-domains and unlimited domains hosting plans; allows its clients to host up to unlimited domains under a single account.

cirrustechCirrus Tech, a provider of web hosting and Hosted Exchange services, today announced that based on its Linux shared hosting platform, its multi-domains and unlimited domains hosting plans offer a stable and affordable web hosting solution based on the LAMP stack (Linux / Apache / mySQL / PHP). The company says that developed for web designers and developers wanting to host more than one website, its multi-domains and unlimited domains hosting plans allow clients to host up to unlimited domains under a single account.

The company further states that multi-domains and unlimited domains hosting plans include the industry leading Parallels Plesk Panel. Parallels Plesk 9.2 offers an enhanced user interface that was designed to help users get things done more efficiently. It claims that clients will be able to manage all their websites easily, and have the freedom to separate each website into its own domain account. This will allow for each domain account to have their own ftp, mail-server, among other features, adds the company.

Ali Mirdamadi, Product Director at Cirrus Tech, explains, “By offering these new plans, which are cheaper relative to our other shared hosting plans, clients are paying for only what they need. These plans offer all the necessary resources to build basic static website, but also include databases to develop more sophisticated sites.”




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