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MaximumASP Delivers Double Computing Power On Virtual Dedicated Hosting Plan
MaximumASP, a Microsoft Gold Certified Provider of web hosting and IT services, today announced that it will provide free 30 day introductory accounts on their MaxV platform featuring Windows Server 2008® Hyper-V™ virtualization technology. The introductory offers include a choice of either a MaxV Plan A or Plan B Virtual Dedicated Hosting Plan.

MaxV Virtual Dedicated Plans are hosted on either WS 2008 or 2003 Operating Systems with 32- and 64-Bit Editions. MaxV supports SQL Server 2008 and 2005, or high-performance Shared SQL servers are also available. High Availability, Intelligent Monitoring, Recurrent Backups and Scalability are all included on the MaxV platform.

Wade Lewis, Managing Partner of MaximumASP said, “As the need to reduce costs, simplify management, and establish sustainable computing practices continues to grow, we will continue to provide only the best growth path options for our customers.”

The light overhead, efficient design, overall completeness and proven performance of MaxV also make it the right virtualization choice for server consolidation, disaster recovery and production servers with live applications and data.

Dominic Foster, CTO of MaximumASP said, “MaximumASP is built around a simple guiding principle: investing the resources and time to do hosting and IT services well so our customers have the time to do what they do well. In the case of MaxV developers can tap into our resources to maximize their coding efficiency and reduce the cost of development by building on existing, extensible components without having to build anything from scratch.”

Customers can take advantage of MaxV today by visiting

Published Sunday, January 25, 2009 4:10 PM by David Marshall
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