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(PRWEB) August 21, 2012
After an eventful month that saw a series of announcements of infrastructure upgrades and Linux platform enhancements, Prolime Hosting Solutions – a reputed provider of web hosting services – has finally broken silence about the future of their Windows server business vertical. And contrary to any expectation of slowdown in their Windows server hosting following their significant investment in Linux hosting, the company has announced a huge plan to practically refurbish their current Windows infrastructure by a new, robust one. The move has taken the industry by surprise, especially coming at a time when the economic conditions are not yet stable.
“Prolime hosting Solutions is passing through an incredible time right now”, said Tom Beck, the chief Technical Officer of the company. “We have been instrumental in adding a number of software packages and control points such as Cpanel on our Linux-based hosting servers, and data center expansions in cities preferred by our clients such as Dallas and Phoenix. Once the process of uplifting our Windows dedicated server infrastructure as to the robust levels comparable to our Linux platform, we shall be able to boast of state-of-the-art Windows hosting with leading edge packages. At the same time, we shall remain priced significantly lesser than most of our competitors offering the quality that we do.”
The company has expressed its interest to fully integrate with Plesk – the commercial web hosting automation program most widely used in the web hosting industry – with its Windows dedicated servers. This is expected to enhance the flexibility of the Windows servers and provide a high granularity of control and manageability to the users. The overhaul expenses will be fully absorbed by the company, and none of the cost will be passed on to the client, as per the company reports.
The move has sent positive vibes among the analysts and the clientele of Prolime Hosting Solutions alike. This move has not only sent a message to the market analysts about the strong confidence behind the moves that are driving the company forward, but also has sent a message to its clients about the potentials in the offering. Said a company spokesperson, “In response to our survey on whether such a service overhaul is required, we received a number of responses from our clients expressing their desire for us to go forward. And the fact that we would be happy to absorb the full enhancement expenses with no increase in usage charges of our services in spite of the improved quality has found traction with the clients we surveyed.”