Expanding Our Range

Here at Netwise Hosting, we are always looking for ways to expand our ever growing portfolio of services and product arrangements. As part of our constant search for compete customer flexibility and overall satisfaction, we have just introduced a number of new features which are likely to be of interest to you and your personal/business needs.

DebianWeb Server 2008Firstly, the expansion of our operating system choices. Linux users are treated to an additional two distributions – those being Debian 5.0 and Fedora 12. You can find out more about these operating systems by visiting the Linux Hosting page.
Users who prefer a Windows solution have also been treated to an additional two system choices. As well as offering Server 2003 Web Edition and Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition, we are now able to offer users Web Server 2008 R2, and Server 2008 R2 Standard. This presents customers with the very latest advancements in Windows server technology. More information can be found on the Windows Hosting page.

Secondly, we would like to bring to light the level of service offered as standard to all customers on our network. You can expect truly unmetered/unlimited bandwidth from day one (as standard), through an uncontended 10MB line fed directly into your server. Extreme traffic/data users can then opt to upgrade their line to 100MB, or even 1GB if required, although 10MB will generally suffice for most users.

All relevant server pages contain more information on what services make up each package. We hope this quick update helps in understanding our constant aim to expand, and how we deliver on this objective. As always we are more than happy to take suggestions on how you feel we can further improve our range of products and services.


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