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eRacks Open Source Systems Announces eRacks Hosting, a Division Offering Dedicated Hosting Services
A New Division
By: Open Source News
Dec. 7, 2007 02:00 PM
eRacks Open Source Systems announced eRacks Hosting, a new
division that will consolidate its dedicated hosting and colocation services.
The eRacks Hosting facilities occupy racks in multiple Tier 1 datacenters in
eRacks has previously offered hosting and collocation to a select group of customers. Demand for these services has risen sharply in recent years, as organizations have embraced the idea of outsourcing network operations due to concerns of security, reliability and cost-effectiveness. In response, eRacks has decided to extend and formalize its offerings, by creating eRacks Hosting, and launching an e-commerce website www.eRacksHosting.com.
eRacks Hosting offers service in 3 levels: Standard,
"We have been offering customized hosting and colocation services for several years, and we are pleased to formally offer these services under the eRacks Hosting name. This will position us to continue expanding in this space without sacrificing the personalized support our customers expect," says Joseph Wolff, CEO and Founder of eRacks.
eRacks Hosting technical staff has extensive experience with both customization and virtualization. A recent project with Libre Hosting involved the development of a web-based virtualization infrastructure based on the Open Source Kernel Virtual Machine (KVM), which is built into the Linux kernel. Joseph Wolff adds, "We think that our customers will be delighted by how easy and economical it is to set themselves up with one of our complete hosting plans through eRacksHosting.com. And as always, the eRacks personalized service and support is still there for those who require additional consulting or customization."
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