09-27-2010 09:19 AM CET - IT, New Media & Software

Server Intellect Announces PHPv5 to their Public Cloud Customers

Press release from: Server Intellect

ORLANDO, Fla. - Server Intellect, a Microsoft Gold Certified provider of advanced Windows-based Cloud and Managed Dedicated Server hosting solutions, announced today that PHP v5.3.3 is now a fully supported Framework with Server Intellect Dedicated Servers, Public Cloud and Private Cloud hosting services.

Server Intellect CEO Eric Pratt said, “PHP is a widely used and highly requested language, and we are proud to offer it to our customers in our public cloud. We pride ourselves at Server Intellect for being a leader in the industry, and this offering further establishes that.”

PHP is a simple but pervasive server-side scripting language that is employed by web developers and can be run on any platform. Using the latest technologies Server Intellect customers will now be able to host popular PHP applications such as WordPress and Joomla and utilize multiple types of database services such as MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server.

For more information about Server Intellect, please visit www.serverintellect.com.

Contact us 24-7-365 at (866) 487 1473 or reach us online at www.serverintellect.com

About Server Intellect

Server Intellect, located in downtown Orlando, Florida, assists businesses and individuals worldwide in achieving their internet technology goals. By offering cloud server hosting, dedicated servers, private cloud servers and complete cloud services coupled with world-class customer service, Server Intellect has become a world-recognized leader in the global web hosting market.

189 S. Orange ave. Ste.1410
Orlando, FL. 32801

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