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Signetique Launches Parallels Plesk Panel 11 Shared Hosting with 30% Discount

Singapore, Singapore, December 01, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Leading Singapore cloud hosting provider, Signetique, announces today the launch of new servers based on Parallels Plesk Panel 11. To celebrate the launch, it is offering all new customers on the Parallels Plesk Panel 11 Platform a special 30% discount for the first year.

In partnership with Parallels, a hosting and cloud services enablement leader, the new Parallels Plesk 11 Panels features the new Parallels Web Presence Builder, an intuitive Web site building tool that allows small business owners to easily build and customize their own website. Further, through the Web Presence Builder, customers can automatically update their Facebook pages to mirror the content, look, and feel of their website.

“We're excited to avail hosting plans based on Parallels Plesk Panel 11 servers to our customers. With it, our customers can experience faster connectivity as it can also function as a proxy server through the integrated NGINX web server,” said Raymond Tan, CEO of Signetique. “Additionally, Parallels Plesk Panel 11 offers full support for IPv6, and this sits well with Signetique's IPv6-Ready network. Our customers can certainly benefit from the greater speed, security and usability of Parallels Plesk Panel 11.”

"Designed to host and manage websites and servers at any scale, Parallels Plesk 11 is a leading cloud enablement solution for hosting providers to grow their customer base and increase revenue,” said Eugenio Ferrante, Head of Marketing, Parallels Asia Pacific. “Asian SMBs are rapidly migrating to the cloud to drive business growth and productivity and we look forward to a successful partnership with Signetique to further fuel this continued growth in the region.”

Parallels recently released the key findings of Parallels Asia Pacific SMB Cloud Insights™, a detailed report illustrating how service providers can profit by delivering cloud services to small and medium businesses (SMBs). Parallels estimates that Asia Pacific SMB cloud services market opportunity in 2012 is worth is US$7.6 billion, and will grow 38 percent annually (CAGR), reaching US$19.8 billion in 2015

Signetique's customers can take advantage of Parallels Plesk Panel 11's support for mobile websites creation, and mobilize their existing websites and render them for optimized viewing and browsing from any mobile device.

"We love Parallels Plesk Panel 11's updated user interface and we are confident that our customers will enjoy using it. Long time Plesk users will notice a new focus on usability and the redesigned interface is a testament to that,” adds Signetique COO Kenneth Tan, “as a Parallels Platinum partner, we will continue to work closely with them to launch even more innovative and useful products to our customers in the coming months'.”

All of Signetique's Plesk 11 hosting packages also come with Roundcube's full-featured webmail interface. Designed to work like an offline email client, the new webmail includes IMAP support, drag-and-drop message management, multi-lingual support, a comprehensive address book and an online calendar module.

In conjunction with the launch of this new service, Signetique offers all new customers of its shared hosting services 30% discount on the monthly fees for a year. This special promotion will begin December 1 and ends December 31, 2012. To take advantage of this special discount, customers will have to use the promo code “decembershockers2012” when ordering. Details of this special offer is available at: www.webhosting.com.sg/promotions/.

About Signetique
Signetique is one of the largest Singapore-based web hosting providers. It provides shared, virtual and dedicated hosting services and maintains facilities in Singapore, Malaysia, New Zealand, Taiwan, China and Japan. Customers requiring a one-stop Asia Pacific hosting solution can do so through their Singapore sales office. It pioneered the sub $100 dedicated hosting solution in Singapore and continues to provide cost-effective hosting solutions to its customers. Apart from providing standard dedicated server solutions, Signetique also allows complete customization of its servers that encompasses redundancy, high availability, disaster recovery and enterprise email hosting solutions. Signetique's customer profile ranges from small local businesses to multi-nationals and has been in the business for over 15 years. For more information about Signetique, please visit www.webhosting.com.sg

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Kenneth Tan
COO, Signetique
Phone: +65-62251468
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.webhosting.com.sg

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Kenneth Tan
+65-62251468
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www.webhosting.com.sg
Kenneth Tan is the Chief Operating Officer Signetique IT Pte Ltd

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