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AIT unleashes dedicated server suite

AIT unleashes dedicated server suite

AIT, a web hosting service provider, today announced that it has launched a feature packed, dedicated server suite that combines high performance and 24x7x365 live support with dedicated administrators certified in both Linux and Windows.

It states that its Cisco-powered Tier 1 Network features a 93,000 SF state-of-the-art data center and carriers such as Level 3 and Time Warner Telecom.

The company avers that its promise is customers don't need to worry about their hosting, they manage everything so the customer can concentrate on productivity and revenues.

It adds that when you host with AIT, implementation, customisation, troubleshooting, patching, monitoring, administering, back-up, and support are their responsibility.

"We have teams of experts around the clock so if something goes wrong at 2 AM, clients don't have to wait hours for service. This is about guaranteeing dedicated support for our customers and managing their mission-critical IT environments and infrastructures," said Mike Roberts, CIO for AIT.

"We guarantee network and server uptime with immediate hardware replacement for our enterprise customers."

It declared that standard features of their Enterprise Hosting Suites include no setup fees, massive disk space, 2.9 GHz processor, 1 gig of memory, virtualization, free domain registration, and over 100 free tools.

We are also including Hosted Exchange email accounts, a FREE website builder, and Meeting Bowl, an online collaboration application to facilitate users business needs, adds the company. "No other web hosting company anywhere is offering a comparable plan at our price point", said John Horton, VP of Sales and Marketing.


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