March 22, 2005 - (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Jaguar Technologies LLC, a Houston-based web hosting provider founded in 1998, is launching a new sister company. Texalink, the latest in a line of Jaguar offshoots, was created primarily to cater to businesses in the Houston market.
Jaguar Technologies LLC is the brainchild of founder and CEO Greg Landis. Landis spent years building the company from scratch out of his home while serving his country in the U.S. Air Force. Now a veteran, Landis expanded the company in Houston with the help of a handful of friends and Air Force colleagues.
After acquiring other small companies offering similar services, Landis and his team molded the parent company to its current status. Texalink functions under the management of the five Houstonians currently running the business from the offices on the Southwest Freeway. Being locally owned and operated, we wanted to offer competitively priced hosting and servers that are secure and reliable to our Houstonian neighbors, Landis said.
A partnership Landis and his team believe will go far, Texalink operates on the for Texans, by Texans approach. He questions, Why pay more for an impersonal conglomerate when you can call a local office and get hands on service to determine what works best for your needs? Thats just the kind of thinking that has brought Landis out of his living room and into one of the premiere data centers in the metro area.
Texalink provides shared hosting, reseller programs and semi-dedicated packages as just a few of the many options available to clients. However, Landis states, Texalink was formed primarily to provide dedicated servers and collocation to our fellow Houston-based businesses.