(Ping! Zine) – Limestone Networks, Inc., the Dallas-based dedicated server provider, has recently announced a partnership with Parallels in order to offer two new software panels to Limestone Networks’ clients.
Limestone Networks will now be offering both Parallels Plesk and Parallels Small Business Panel. Plesk is a product geared towards web hosts while the Small Business Panel is a control panel for virtual private server and dedicated server providers that offers front-end and back-end small business management. Both new product offerings from Parallels are available for demo on the Parallels website.
Plesk is complete server automation solution that allows for quick website creation and management as well as a simply server administration interface. In conjunction with a user-friendly interface, Parallels products are renowned for their stability and reliability.
Kris Anderson, Director of Support for Limestone Networks, comments that, “Our partnership with Parallels to offer their Plesk and Small Business Panel products is the next step in providing our clients with ease and reliability for managing their dedicated servers. Parallels with their extensive QA and Software Development teams provide truly solid server management software which sets it ahead of most alternative panels.”
This partnership with Parallels is only one of several new agreements between Limestone Networks and software providers. Earlier this quarter, Limestone Networks began offering WHMCS, an all-on-one client management, billing, and support system. Further, Limestone Networks now offers SolusVM, a GUI based management system for virtual private server providers.
These software providers have been handpicked as having excellent value to a large portion of Limestone Networks clients. Further, clients can rest-assured that Limestone Networks has negotiated excellent pricing from these software vendors and is passing along direct savings.
For more information about this new product offering and to take advantage of some introductory offers, visit http://www.LimestoneNetworks.com.