Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 8, 2009
In an effort to maintain the affordability of Linux infrastructure solutions for entrepreneurs and small businesses, VPSLink has dropped the price of its virtual private server hosting plans by as much as twenty-five percent. Virtual private server (VPS) hosting is already an affordable alternative to the purchase or lease of dedicated server hardware. VPSLink targets the needs of growing organizations by offering scalable Linux server environments to support a broad range of business applications.
"The present economic downturn is having a strong effect throughout both public and private sectors," states Cameron Jones, founder, "however, businesses will need to continue providing innovative solutions if the economy is expected to recover. VPSLink has always aligned itself with promoting innovation and making its services available at prices that make sense: we hope that Linux users take us up on our present pricing to continue delivering their innovative services and ideas."
VPSLink, a subsidiary of Spry Hosting, is based in the United States and offers virtual private server hosting clients across the globe. VPS hosting clients have full root access on their choice of many popular Linux operating systems -- including Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, and CentOS -- as well as reseller hosting control panels and 24/7 year-round hardware and network support. VPSLink hosting plans start at less than $7 USD a month.
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