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Colocation America Announces Partnership with Parallels: H-Sphere Control Panel Allows Users to Manage Multiple Servers

Los Angeles, CA, August 28, 2012 — Colocation America (www.colocationamerica.com), a leading provider of superior technology services, announces an exclusive partnership with Parallels (www.parallels.com). This agreement, which will offer the H-sphere add-on from Parallels, provides clients with a superior user interface and the support to manage multiple servers more efficiently.h sphere

The Parallels H-Sphere control panel can also be used on any Linux, BSD, and Windows dedicated server platform. This service further delivers advantages that optimize usability features such as: load balancing for Web and mail servers, allowing for consistent performance during high traffic. In addition, businesses can manage multiple servers from a single administration mode, enabling them to expand their Web-based hosting offerings without service interruption.

“This partnership offers our clients added convenience, along with excellent server support and technical expertise. We welcome the opportunity to collaborate with a company of this caliber. In fact, Parallels has a noted reputation for innovation, which includes the Parallels Plesk Panel: the preferred choice for hosting service providers, web designers, and website owners. Parallels Plesk Panel is the first step down your business’ growth path – toward faster sites and faster mobile access for website owners and toward a complete product line as your hosting business grows. On behalf of Colocation America and the clients we assist, we welcome this new relationship with Parallels,” says Albert Ahdoot, Business Development of Colocation America.

About Colocation America:

Colocation America provides superior technology solutions for a diverse array of clients worldwide. With offices in Los Angeles, New York, New Jersey, San Francisco and Chicago, the company provides the connectivity and bandwidth necessary for substantial increases in web traffic. This infrastructure is essential for running multiple servers, backed by a team of IT professionals.