openSUSE 10.3 Now Offered on Cirrus Tech Linux VPS Plans

January 26, 2009
January 26, 2009 - (HOSTSEARCH.COM) - Having established itself as a leading provider of VPS Hosting services, Cirrus Tech continues to offer their clients more options by announcing the availability of openSUSE 10.3 on their Linux VPS plans. The addition of openSUSE rounds out Cirrus Tech’s already extensive list of available Linux operating systems for their VPS Plans. With most of the popular Linux distributions available, such as Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian, and Fedora Core, clients have the freedom to choose the specific Linux operating system they want.

openSUSE 10.3 the latest stable release of the 10.x series from the openSUSE Project. With one of openSUSE’s goal being to “Make openSUSE the easiest Linux distribution for anyone to obtain and the most widely used open source platform,” it has gained a large following among Linux users and community. Though openSUSE is a completely free open source project, Novell sponsors it and works collaboratively with the community in its development.

Cirrus Tech has been a leader in the VPS hosting market offering both Linux and Windows VPS Hosting plans at competitive prices. Having completed testing of openSUSE 10.3 on their Linux VPS plans, Cirrus Tech is confident that new openSUSE VPS clients will be pleased its performance. The Plesk Control Panel is also available on selected openSUSE VPS Plans.

Cirrus Tech Ltd. has been actively promoting its services to the hosting industry since 1999. The company has focused on 24/7 tech support, value added services and a cooperative attitude towards all its clients. Cirrus is now one of Canada's largest Web Hosting companies and is a leading provider of comprehensive Internet services. Cirrus provides locally based sales and engineering support for its Internet services in Toronto, Canada, and offers Web hosting services to customers in many countries.
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