January 24, 2008 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) AptHost (http://www.apthost.com/) has redesigned its shared and reseller web hosting plans and launched new semi-dedicated hosting services, the company announced recently.
"We have always been looking for ways to increase the value of our hosting services, whether it be through the addition of more products and services or increasing the functionality of our hosting plans, our goal is to give our current and future customer base the tools and resources they need to be successful," explained the company's President and CEO, Mr. Brian French.
The companys plans cater for YouTube hosting sites using FFmpeg software. AptHost has increased disk space and data transfer resources to allow AptHost's customers the ability to expand their websites while keeping the costs to a minimum. As part of the update, AptHost is offering a free domain for the lifetime of the account.
Alongside its upgraded hosting plans, the company is offering new semi-dedicated hosting services. "Our Semi-Dedicated plans were created for the increased demand in more disk space, bandwidth and CPU usage without the hassle of having to manage a dedicated server. This service gives customers who have outgrown shared hosting, another option which is budget friendly and hassle free," added Mr. French.