*BSD Developers Have a New Hosting Option with RootBSD — for *BSD Developers, by *BSD Developers
CARY, NC – While other hosting providers offer limited *BSD options, usually Linux and with limited scalability, RootBSD goes online, offering rock-solid *BSD-based hosting services that’s reliable that’s designed to meet the needs of professional and business clients.
OpenBSD, NetBSD and FreeBSD are supported by RootBSD. The company offers the global presence in 25 datacenters located in North America, South America, Europe and Asia that boost customers’ global presence and that’s usually offered by hosting providers who are not as *BSD-friendly. Bare metal FreeBSD servers are deployed, instantly, to any of RootBSD’s data centers, no matter where they are.
Just as important to any fan of *BSD, RootBSD has an ongoing commitment and sponsorship of *BSD projects and events. The company avidly supports and provides discounts to individuals and organizations that play an active role in *BSD development.
“We formed RootBSD because *BSD was often given second-class citizen status at many hosting companies,” said Mark Price, RootBSD’s CEO. “*BSD always comes first at RootBSD, and we offer the same datacenter options as other hosting companies — it’s just that we also support RootBSD, NetBSD and FreeBSD, and not just Linux.’
In addition, all RootBSD services come with a native IPv6 connection. RootBSD has provided *BSD IPv6 capable services for years. With the exhaustion of older, legacy “IPv4” address space, IPv6 capability is becoming a critical requirement for any online presence and RootBSD is able to bring that to the *BSD world.
Frustrated by the haphazard *BSD hosting options of other providers and that did not meet their demands for business reliability and scalability, the founders of RootBSD established the company to provide reliable, flexible and supported BSD-based hosting services for professionals and businesses. RootBSD is part of Tranquil Hosting and has access to its 25 datacenters throughout North America, South America, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit www.rootbsd.net.
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