Web services provider A2 Hosting
has announced the launch of Windows hosting options. A2 Hosting, which has headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, was established in 2003. The company is more traditionally recognized as a Linux hosting provider and offers VPS, MYSQL and PhP hosting alongside dedicated servers and web development services. The launch of Windows hosting to its suite of services broadens its potential customer base.
A2 Hosting’s Windows offerings include fully scalable shared and reseller options. Its ‘Windows Shared Hosting’ service caters to users looking to “start a brand-new website or those who have an existing site”. Its ‘Windows Reseller Hosting’ service is “perfect for users looking to host their own customers”. The company also offers a ‘Windows VPS Hosting’ option that provides more resources and power than shared hosting, but without the costs related to dedicated servers.
Each of A2 Hosting’s hosting services comes “loaded with the best versions of the most popular software” and benefits from the company’s ‘Anytime Money Back Guarantee’. Its services are supported by the company’s ‘Guru Crew Support’ team and underpinned by a 99.9% ‘Uptime Commitment’. As with its Linux solutions, A2 Hosting’s Windows options focus on speed, particularly fast page loading times. Windows customers are hosted on A2 Hosting’s SwiftServer platform which offers a range of features, including free Solid State Drives (SSDs) and a free Content Delivery Network (CDN).
“While it’s true that our focus has largely been on Linux-based hosting solutions up until now, we simply couldn’t ignore the growth of the Windows hosting market and the demand for support for Windows software,” explained Corey Hammond, A2 Hosting’s Vice President of Marketing. “We’re excited to open up our high speed and developer friendly solutions to a whole new segment of the hosting industry. If the positive feedback we’ve received about our Windows hosting thus far is of any indication, we can expect a lot of new, satisfied A2 Hosting customers.”Do you know of any other companies introducing new server lines? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.