Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) February 13, 2011
iWeb (TSX-V :IWB), In its effort of offering its customers customized products, iWeb has launched Virtualization Ready Servers, a new line of Classic dedicated servers configured specifically for applications that require virtualization tools.
A virtualization platform allows the conversion of a single physical server into several virtual servers. These platforms allow varied uses such as virtual private server (VPS) reselling or hosting, on a single physical server, applications that require separate software environments.
For its Virtualization Ready Servers, iWeb has chosen to support three virtualization technologies that are recognized as industry standards: Xen Open Source, Microsoft HyperV, Parallels™ Virtuozzo.
"Many of our customers are already using theses types of solutions, but we have had many requests for pre-installed solutions to simplify their lives. This new line of servers can get you started with virtualization easily" says Martin Leclair, Co-Founder and President Products and Technology of iWeb.
The Virtualization Ready Servers are available in 4 different hardware configurations that represent examples of possible uses: Startup, Professional, Small Business and Enterprise. The offers are available from $ 189 per month and every one of them is customizable to fit clients' technical needs and budgets.
For more information about the Virtualization Ready Servers, visit our website: http://iweb.com/dedicated/virtualization-ready/
About iWeb Group Inc. (iWeb.com)
iWeb provides Internet hosting services and IT infrastructure to nearly 24,000 customers in 150 countries. With its four data centers, iWeb’s total capacity has reached 34,000 dedicated servers, over 1,100 co-location cabinets and 77 Gigabits per second (Gbps) of Internet connectivity, from 9 separate providers.
One of Canada’s 100 fastest growing companies according to PROFIT Magazine, iWeb now generates more than 60% of its revenues from abroad. Founded in 1996 in Montreal, iWeb shares are traded on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol “IWB”.