Alentus UK Announces Market Expansion

March 4, 2010 by  

Web Hosting ToolsLONDON – Alentus UK (PINKSHEETS: ALNS), a web hosting, dedicated server, and colocation provider announces the new market expansions and redesigned customer management service. Throughout the last several months Alentus UK has expanded its product reach in business class DSL, managed dedicated servers, and enterprise colocation. In addition, all of the new products as well as existing products are now supported under a completely redesigned customer management system which includes the introduction of the new website as well as a complete back-office suite.

In 2009, Alentus UK evaluated providing business-class DSL in England by targeting select client bases and regions. Now, under a highly competitive rate plan, Alentus UK will offer business-class DSL to both home-offices and commercial addresses throughout England, Wales, and Scotland. Prices will start at just £17.95 from home-office or start-up business service and includes 24/7 support and business grade connectivity up to 24Mbps ADSL2+.

“The UK market has an expected number of DSL providers, but very few truly focus on the needs of businesses that require connectivity faster and less expensively than traditional E1 technology. The Alentus UK business class DSL portfolio includes options to guarantee service transmission rates as well as 24/7 support — which are key features for businesses who depend on their connection to the Internet. This service when combined with a web hosting or other datacenter service package delivers on our commitment to provide a true end-to-end IT solution for businesses,” added Adam LaFountain, Vice President.

About Alentus UK
Alentus UK offers shared, reseller, and dedicated server hosting packages, colocation and business grade DSL with data center facilities in London, Manchester, and Slough in the United Kingdom. With a dedicated support team in London, Alentus UK has been offering hosting services to hundreds of companies world-wide since 1998.

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