San Jose, CA (PRWEB) April 09, 2014
iXsystems, the company that brings the world FreeNAS, PC-BSD and TrueOS, is proud to announce its recent partnership with Gerard van Essen, the creator of FreeBSDNews.net. As part of the agreement with Gerard, iXsystems will now maintain and host FreeBSDNews.net.
iXsystems has been the all-around FreeBSD company since its inception. From sponsoring PC-BSD to adopting the FreeNAS Project and turning it into a robust enterprise-class storage solution, iXsystems has always looked out for ways to help FreeBSD and the Open Source Community. This latest partnership is no exception. iXsystems is excited to be able to make the reader experience with FreeBSDNews.net the best possible, by collecting the most up to date news on everything related to FreeBSD.
The efforts of the iXsystems team and Gerard's increased focus on the reporting and editorial side of FreeBSD News will allow the website to continue to grow and expand its coverage. With the best interests of the BSD community in mind, iXsystems hopes to continue to deliver high quality content regarding FreeBSD events, project announcements, interviews, and everything in between.
Says Gerard, "I set up FreeBSDNews.net a few years ago as a website to spread FreeBSD-related news and to promote FreeBSD as a stable and secure operating system that is perfectly suited in situations where many would opt for a different OS. I'm looking forward to working with iXsystems to take the website to the next level and to further spread awareness of FreeBSD."
iXsystems is the industry leader in Open-Source-friendly enterprise servers and storage solutions. All of our products are assembled, tested, and shipped from company headquarters in Silicon Valley, and technical support is provided in-house by the same engineers that build the systems. Thousands of companies, universities, and U.S. Government departments have come to rely on iXsystems' customer-first commitment to excellence. iXsystems champions the cause of Open Source technology by dedicating extensive resources to several FreeBSD community projects: FreeNAS®, PC-BSD®, FreeBSD®, TrueOS®, and OpenZFS.