Category: Servers

Logicworks Allies with MySQL Program

Managed hosting provider Logicworks has allied with the MySQL Authorized Hosting Partner Program, at the Platinum Level, it announced on Tuesday. Logicworks, as the primary endorsed partner of the program in the US, will offer customers a managed MySQL Enterprise database to deliver mission-critical applications. This accompanies Logicworks’ managed database services, which comprises a collection [...]

February 6, 2008 | 0 Comments More

The Planet Offers Double Memory Deal

Dedicated hosting provider The Planet is providing a time constrained promotion that offers customers double the memory on new server orders, it announced on Monday. The Planet is also ignoring the $25 setup charge on new server orders, providing customers with twice the value throughout the five-day promotion. Urvish Vashi, director of product management with [...]

February 5, 2008 | 0 Comments More

Aplus.Net Cuts Server Prices

Web hosting provider Aplus.Net has considerably reduced the pricing for its dedicated servers offering, it announced on Friday. Primarily, the initiation charge on all dedicated hosting plans will be $24.99. This new setup payment configuration will expedite savings of hundreds of dollars for the company’s most optimized models, particularly the Premium and Premium XR Servers, [...]

February 4, 2008 | 0 Comments More

Cirtex Launches New HostV Product

Web hosting provider Cirtex has launched a new brand offering virtual dedicated server and dedicated server hosting solutions, named HostV. In addition the company also operates two other distinct shared hosting brands, CirtexHosting and MySitesOnline, it announced on Thursday. Cirtex will offer devoted and VDS hosting services intended to meet the requirements of small to [...]

January 31, 2008 | 0 Comments More

Linux Support Added to IBM Unix Servers

IBM has added Linux application execution support to their Unix servers via a virtualized environment. Dubbed "Lx86", the feature is to be included in IBM’s PowerVM virtualization software and it allows x86-based Linux applications to run on IBM System p- and Power-based Unix systems without any modifications to the application since the system is supposed [...]

January 31, 2008 | 0 Comments More

Lenovo Plans Server Range

Giving one almost a sense of deja vu, Lenovo recently announced that it would be entering the server business by licensing x86 server technology from IBM. Lenovo, which does not sell servers outside of China, is entering a brand new arena of business and plans to distribute their servers to small and mid-sized businesses around [...]

January 29, 2008 | 0 Comments More

M-Series Blade Solution Offering by Dell

Dell’s PowerEdge M-Series blade solution has set a new standard for data center energy efficiency and flexibility, it announced on Monday. To help customers simplify information technology and better address mounting environmental challenges in their data centers, the PowerEdge M-Series was newly designed using Dell Energy Smart technologies, resulting in 30 industry patents. Dell says [...]

January 22, 2008 | 0 Comments More

Dedicated Servers Launched by Easyspace

In an announcement on Thursday UK Web hosting provider Easyspace has unveiled a new range of dedicated servers. Featuring Intel Dual and Quad Core Xeon processors, the new series of servers, are designed for outstanding performance, quicker response times and enhanced scalability, says the company. With prices starting at £69.99 per month, it has been [...]

January 21, 2008 | 0 Comments More

Ruby On Rails Available From

The popular language used by programmers called “Ruby On Rails” will now be available to anyone having a dedicated server and an account with This well-known Manchester web hosting company has filed a press release announcing that their customers will now have access to Rails 2.0. “Ruby on Rails doesn’t work well in a [...]

January 18, 2008 | 0 Comments More

Fibre Added to Peer1 San Options

In providing high performance and customizable data sharing and storage capability, Canadian Web hosting and colocation provider PEER 1 Network Enterprises is offering fiber attached storage system options on its managed storage area network to, it announced on Thursday. Designed for both fast growing businesses and established companies such as SaaS, PEER 1′s FAS solution [...]

January 18, 2008 | 0 Comments More

Private Rack Promo from The Planet

Enabling customers to cost effectively take advantage of the company’s private rack solutions, dedicated hosting provider The Planet has launched a new promotion. The offer goes through to March 31 or while supplies last, it announced on Wednesday. Planet’s well-liked private rack solution allows customers to gain access to advanced features, which facilitate improved scalability [...]

January 18, 2008 | 0 Comments More

DeepCove Labs Hosted by Fusepoint

Payment processing application service provider DeepCove Labs has selected IT services and infrastructure provider Fusepoint Managed Services to wholly manage and host the company’s VMware environment, it announced on Tuesday. Joerg Beekmann, chief technology officer at DeepCove Labs stated “We considered all of the requirements to build a facility that would enable us to meet [...]

January 16, 2008 | 0 Comments More

PCI Solution Launched by NaviSite

Managed hosting provider NaviSite has launched a new collection of services to deal with compliance requirements for the payment card industry data security standard in an announcement on Monday. NaviSite will present its PCI services at the National Retail Federation’s 97th Annual Convention and Expo in New York City from January 14 to 15. NaviSite [...]

January 15, 2008 | 0 Comments More

Server Sale Launched by Easyspace

Monday saw an announcement from UK-based Web hosting provider Easyspace stating it has lowered the prices on its virtual servers to £9.95 per month, comparable to around 33 percent savings per annum. The offer, including both standard and premium virtual server packages, is available until February 1. Easyspace’s virtual servers include a minimum of 256MB [...]

January 15, 2008 | 0 Comments More

New CEO Appointed at Open-Xchange

Co-founder and chairman of the board, Rafael Laguna has been named as the new CEO of open source collaboration software provider Open-Xchange. Richard Seibt and Berhard Woebker have also been appointed as new chairman of the board and new board member respectively. Laguna instigated the technology venture between Open-Xchange’s development team and SUSE Linux resulting [...]

January 15, 2008 | 0 Comments More

Server Offerings Launched by 123-reg

123-reg the UK domain registrar and hosting provider announced on Thursday the launch of a new series of dedicated servers. 123-reg, a division of Pipex Communications, stated that its dual core Intel Celeron and Pentuim Dell servers present flexible and trustworthy hosting with unlimited bandwidth from less than £40 a month. Available on both Windows [...]

January 10, 2008 | 0 Comments More

Vendors push for common Blade server standards

Despite denials in the past year from leading vendors, discussions on a common format for blade servers have been proceeding for between 12 and 18 months, according to Fujitsu Siemens’ European Marketing manager Bernhard Brandwitte. Although he was unable to elaborate on who FSC were in discussions with, he did confer that attempts to convince [...]

December 24, 2007 | 0 Comments More