Web hosting provider AptHost has restructured its shared and reseller Web hosting plans, it announced on Wednesday. Additionally the company has launched a new semi-dedicated hosting service, tailored to CPU-intensive websites.
With hosting plans that are designed to meet a broad diversity of requirements for video hosting sites using FFmpeg software, AptHost says some of the upgrades for its shared and reseller plans include increased disk space, bandwidth and RVSKIN availability.
Brian French, president and CEO of AptHost stated “We have always been looking for ways to increase the value of our hosting services, whether it be through the addition of more products and services or increasing the functionality of our hosting plans. Our goal is to give our current and future customer base the tools and resources they need to be successful.”
Offering both Linux and Windows, AptHost recently released fully managed dedicated servers.
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