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ZNet Introduces Multi-location Hosting

10 June 2011

Offering hosting at Indian & US datacenters
Jaipur, India-June 10th, 2011 ZNet (, India’s one of the largest web hosting provider, today announced to serve its customers with multi-location hosting available at Indian & US datacenter. The customers can now choose the server location for shared, reseller, VPS and dedicated server hosting.
ZNet was previously running to provide hosting at Indian datacenter. It has now merged to by providing option to users to choose the datacenter/server location. The prices are almost the same for hosting at both the datacenters. The option of choosing datacenter/server location is available in Windows & Linux shared hosting, Windows & Linux VPS, Windows & Linux dedicated plans & Linux Reseller plans. The company will soon provide an option to Windows – Reseller to choose an Indian datacenter in addition to the current US datacenter option.
“Providing hosting at Indian datacenter will surely speed up the website for Indian customers, said Munesh Jadoun, CEO, ZNet Technologies. “Talking from webmasters point of view, it will also help in getting a target audience through increased search engine rankings for generic domains (like .com).”
The company announced that customers can migrate their website from US to Indian datacenter or Indian to US datacenter.
The company has recently into news for partnering with Parallels and Cloudlinux. It became Parallels Gold Partner in India to delivers innovative cloud services to small businesses with Parallels Plesk Panel 10. It has also recently added Microsoft Silver Server Platform Competency to its growing list of awards and appreciations.
About ZNet
ZNet, India’s one of the largest web hosting company, offering online solutions like domain registration, web hosting, reseller hosting, dedicated hosting, VPS, business email, SSL certificates, online business applications, etc since 2001. ZNet has recently launched multilocation hosting by providing India & US datacenter.
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