February 29, 2008 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Web host Cirrus Tech (http://www.cirrushosting.com) has made a number of changes to its Virtual Private Servers (VPS) plans, it was announced recently. The Toronto, Canada-based provider suggests the changes will allow the company to stay ahead of its competition in the competitive market for Virtual Private Servers.
The company has added new Linux distributions to the already wide scope of products it offers, with the most recent changes being offering Debian 4 on VPS, upgrading Fedora Core 5 to Fedora Core 7 and upgrading CentOS 4 to
CentOS 5. PLESK Control Panel (PLESK 8.3) is also included, as is a license to host 30 domains via PLESK, which is offered with all VPS solutions.
Cirrus Tech. Ltd. bills itself as one of Canada's largest web hosting companies and provides comprehensive Internet services. The company caters to a domestic and international customer base. Alongside VPS its services include Windows / Linux / Unix reseller hosting, dedicated servers, ecommerce hosting, and website design.