Houston, TX (PressExposure) April 11, 2013 -- M6.NET, a premier Windows Hosting Company with over 15 years of hosting experience has today launched its all new set of attractive, reliable and affordable packages for Windows Cloud Hosting in a state-of-the-art infrastructure comprising of Windows Server 2012 and Citrix XenServerTM with dedicated service support.
On a quote by Michael Guilfoyle, CEO of M6.NET, he says, "Taking into account the increasing demand for reliable and affordable Windows Cloud Hosting Platform, today we unveil our all new set of Windows Cloud Hosting Packages that is designed to address the needs of SMEs. The new packages will enable creation of business and personal sites in a Windows Cloud with ease at a price that was only available on shared-servers." On briefing about the features of the new Cloud packages released, he said, "With the new set of Windows Cloud Hosting packages, we offer a 100% Network Uptime SLA, provision for dynamic scalability, SAN Storage, Increased Fault Tolerance, Redundant Backbones, DDOS Mitigation and a whole bunch of technology upgrades built on top of a state-of-the-art infrastructure that will enhance our customers hosting experience and also guarantee thema safe and reliable hosting, harnessing the power of Cloud Computing.
The new Windows Cloud Hosting packages from M6.NET offers its customers multi-tenancy, provision to host unlimited web sites, offers unlimited mail boxes, storage, bandwidth, SQL Server Databases, SQL Storage and MySQL Databases. With the proven customer support and over 15 years of Hosting Experience from M6.NET, there is no doubt that the new Windows Cloud Hosting Packages from M6.NET is going to be the choice of the hosting community.
The Software support for the package includes MySQL Database, MSSQL Server Standard Database, Microsoft Web Matrix and several Antivirus and security file scanners. The expert support feature guarantees 24*7 monitoring for issues related to service security, Windows updates and service application support and restarts if requested.