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20th February 2009

DotNetPanel Launches Industry Leading BlackBerry Enterprise Module

Hosting companies can now integrate, manage, and sell BlackBerry Internet services along with Exchange Hosting services from one control panel

dotnetpanelVancouverDotNetPanel, a leading Windows hosting control panel developer, announced today its new BlackBerry Enterprise module, designed exclusively for companies wanting to increase sales and revenue by offering BlackBerry services. The new BlackBerry Enterprise module integrates seamlessly with existing Exchange Hosting services, all within one control panel.

“Our Exchange Hosting module has been a tremendous success so now we can leverage the ability to offer BlackBerry Internet services as an end-to-end product for our customers to resell to their end-users,” said Feodor Fitsner, Director of DotNetPanel. “In addition to our latest Hyper-V virtualization module, hosting providers and SaaS companies have several choices available to increase their market share and stay competitive in the hosting industry.”

DotNetPanel users can create complex BlackBerry service plans, add existing Exchange enabled users to BlackBerry Enterprise Server, and show statistics for individual BlackBerry users. Additional features include the ability to set activation password expiration, set a random activation password with expiration, and remove BlackBerry users from BlackBerry Enterprise Server.

“For customers already offering Microsoft Exchange server hosting, integrating the new DotNetPanel BlackBerry Enterprise module is seamless, easy, and fast to deploy,” said Fitsner. “We designed the module to integrate with existing Exchange hosting enabled organizations to increase the speed from setup to market – all from one control panel.”

DotNetPanel, the first-ever Hyper-V control panel for automated virtualization, leads the industry by its technological innovations in designing a Windows hosting control panel to help hosting companies and SaaS service providers increase sales almost instantly. With the popularity of the DotNetPanel Enterprise Exchange hosting module, customers can expect to increase their market share significantly by adding BlackBerry Internet Services as part of their service offerings.

“In today’s economy, our goal is to develop modules that allow DotNetPanel customers to setup a new service offering with just a few clicks,” said Fitsner. “We understand the need to deploy the latest technology solutions quickly, without hassles, and be able to provide those solutions at cost-effective prices.”

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