Web hosting and IT services provider MaximumASP has announced the release of Microsoft Hyper-V technology as a hypervisor-based virtualization system addition to its dedicated server line-up.
Kentucky-based MaximumASP was among a handful of hosting providers selected by Microsoft for the Hyper-V Go Live program and is one of the first to implement Hyper-V along with competitors such as Layered Tech and SoftLayer. MaximumASP, however, is the first to launch hosted betas for IIS 7/Windows Server 2008 dedicated servers, according to the company.
"MaximumASP has a long history of working closely with Microsoft in adopting new technologies and providing feedback on their development," said MaximumASP Chief Technology Officer Dominic Foster.
"Our customers should feel confident knowing when we deliver a product or service it is thoroughly researched and tested to ensure that it is the best solution available in the marketplace. Hyper-V meets our criteria because it provides a scalable, reliable, and highly available virtualization platform."
As the first of several major product releases slated for 2008, MaximumASP's virtualization offering is a new way to help businesses consolidate resources, reduce support costs and decrease operational expenses, according to the company.
The company currently hosts more than 48,000 domains for customers in over 60 countries. With a strong focus on hosting solutions that combine advanced monitoring and management tools, MaximumASP has become a top choice for Microsoft developers seeking a robust hosting platform for mission-critical web applications.
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