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Lunarpages Adds New WebMatrix Support

DAILYHOSTNEWS, December 8, 2011 – There’s good news for users of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 in the area of web hosting. Recently, web host Lunarpages Internet Solutions revealed its compatibility with Microsoft WebMatrix’s development platform.

Commenting on the matter in a company press release, Lunarpages VP Johnny Perales stated, “The Microsoft WebMatrix solution allows our clients to capitalize on an easy-to-use tool set for web development.”

“Our relationship with Microsoft allows us to enhance our current offerings and provide our customers with additional solutions,” Perales went on to say.

Specifically, the company says the platform’s addition will support Microsoft SQL and MySQL, allow for app development, and include support for same server deployment of apps in the areas of PHP and ASP.NET.

As a company, Lunarpages offers a wide variety of web solutions, including hosting (dedicated, managed, colocation & more), SEM & SEO, payment processing, and a reseller hosting plan.

About Lunarpages
Lunarpages is a leading provider of managed hosting services with over 150,000 customers, providing secure, reliable and compliant IT infrastructure and management for some of the world’s most demanding enterprises. Founded in 1998, Lunarpages is a growing, profitable business run by a seasoned management team with experience in delivering hosting solutions including colocation, managed services and cloud hosting services. Lunarpages’ suite of services are designed for organizations seeking scalable, secure, robust and enterprise-grade hosting solutions that can be quickly provisioned or tailored to meet unique requirements. Backed by its commitment to deliver a “customer first” solution, Lunarpages Internet Solutions consistently delivers an experience that exceeds customers’ expectations.

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