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Web Host SeekDotNet Launches ASP.NET 4.5 Hosting Service

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Web hosting company SeekDotNet announced on Monday it has launched its ASP.NET 4.5 hosting plans, which includes Visual Studio 11 and many features and advancement from the earlier version.

Microsoft recently released the 4.5 beta version of its ASP.NET technology, which offers many advancements over the previous version including greater compatibility, garbage collection and higher performance.

Though ASP.NET 4.5 is still in beta version and only gives limited support, users can still use it to test its performance for new or existing code.

The portable libraries enables users to create managed assemblies that can be referenced and run without modification on a different platforms, including Windows 8, Windows Phone, Silverlight, XBOX 360 and .NET.

Portable libraries existed previously as an add-in to Visual Studio 2010, and are now included as part of Visual Studio 11.

SeekDotNet.com offers several hosting packages, from shared hosting, semi-dedicated server hosting, dedicated server hosting and VPS hosting which all are supported with ASP.NET hosting and .NET Framework 4.5.

All of its hosting packages are hosted on Windows 2008 Server and IIS 7, other ASP.NET versions are still available on its service list, such as ASP.NET 4.0, ASP.NET 3.5 Hosting and ASP.NET 2.0 Hosting.

SeekDotNet.com says it is continuously improving on its ASP.NET hosting and SQL hosting offerings by introducing new .NET technologies, ASP/.NET components, management tools and business partnerships.

Talk Back: Are you currently offering ASP.NET web hosting packages? Are you considering upgrading to ASP.NET 4.5 once it is officially launched? Let us know in the comments section.

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Justin Lee has been a staff analyst with theWHIR since 2004. He writes about a range of web hosting and IT-related issues facing the industry on the WHIR website, as well the print version of the WHIR magazine. Follow him on Twitter @Justin_theWHIR.

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