Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) February 19, 2012
Managed web hosting provider 7L (http://www.7L.com) has announced their new hosting product lineup; a response to the increasing demand of businesses and their evolving customer needs. The Toronto-based Internet data center facility is expected to roll-out all four of its new innovative hosting products as early as March 1st.
Each product features a combination of leading-edge hosting technologies, proprietary 7L applications, existing enterprise systems, and cloud resources. To support their new managed hosting products, 7L spent 14 months developing Internet technologies and building a new network in a segregated section of their Toronto data center with fiber optics right up to the business customer's access point.
Rapid expandability, full management of the hosting servers by 7L technicians, and self-correcting functions, are just a few benefits of the feature-rich products.
"Customer surveys and intensive market research proved to us that the need for scalable hosting solutions will continue to rise," said David Gallo, Managing Partner of 7L.com. "We set out to build a product that not only meets those needs but is both forward and backward-compatible with each of the other products we're introducing. So not only will businesses be able to scale quickly within their respective dedicated server, they can quickly scale into a higher 7L hosting product when needed."
Invisibility of server back-end processes, business continuity functions, and cross-compatibility of products, were key considerations at the onset of 7L's product research phase and during the development cycle, and are standard on all their new "SL" series hosting products.
To find out more, visit their website at http://www.7L.com.
About SevenL Networks Inc.
7L.com equips business owners with tailored IT hosting solutions that drive success and secure peace of mind. Their services lineup includes managed dedicated hosting and dedicated servers, VPS hosting, cloud hosting, server colocation, and other data centre services. The company operates out of its privately-owned data centre in Toronto, Canada.