Website Source Launches New Market Brand Website

October 27, 2009 by  

Hosting Tools AUSTIN, TX – (PINKSHEETS: ALNS) – Website Source, Inc., a web hosting, virtual private server, dedicated server, and E-Commerce hosting provider, announces the launch of the new website.

The Website Source hosting infrastructure was moved from its original base in Austin, Texas to a larger, redundant, high availability, and proprietary datacenter in Columbus, Ohio. The migration was completed in the second quarter of 2009 and brought WSS customers to an even higher level of performance and availability.

“As the WSS brand has therefore grown in capacity, we felt it was time to launch a new main website that is faster and easier to use and really reflects the powerful set of products we offer. We believe this new website will attract new customers at an even higher rate,” said William King, CEO of Alentus.

The new WSS website highlights the brand’s commitment to an all-in-one solution for mid-market, value oriented customers by offering hosting plans with unlimited disk space, unlimited bandwidth, and no minimum contracts. For more information or to sign up for hosting, please visit

Alentus is also announcing that Randy Reineck, currently EVP Corporate Development, recently purchased 1,100,000 shares of Alentus restricted common stock which when added to the 2,200,000 shares purchased earlier this year results in the cumulative purchase of 3,300,000 shares for a total purchase price of $154,000, an average of 4.7 cents per share.

About Website Source
Website Source offers shared, reseller, VPS hosting, and dedicated server packages with a focus on the needs of business website owners on a stable Linux platform. With a dedicated support team in Austin, Texas, and datacenter operations in Columbus, Ohio, Website Source has been offering website hosting to thousands of companies world-wide since 1998.

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