Verio, a subsidiary of Japanese telecommunications giant NTT, announces shared Linux solutions. The offer should reach self-employed professional websites who want to operate almost as low as it is common with simpler consumers do.
Verio is expanding its web hosting offer to a shared hosting solution under Linux. It is aimed at self-employed and small businesses that want to operate a business website cost. The hosting solution will be available in autumn in four variants. The monthly rent is between € 7.95 and € 39.85.
The shared Linux variant replaces the previously offered by Verio five FreeBSD-based hosting packages. Compared to Unix hosting is cheaper up to 15 percent. And also compared to the hosting plans on Windows 2003 Verio Linux versions are slightly cheaper.
The Linux hosting solution is offered in four different versions: Linux Starter with 1 GByte, Linux Designer with 10 GB, 20 GB with Linux Business and Linux Commerce with 50 GB of storage space. All versions support MySQL databases on Linux commerce up to ten side by side to be operated.
In the version of Linux Starter is a data transfer per month of up to 50, included in Linux Designer of up to 250 and at Linux Business of up to 500 GB. In Linux commerce the transfer volume is not separately calculated instead. In addition, up to 1,000 e-mail accounts in this variant are included configurable spam and virus filters, furnished.