January 17, 2005

EV1Servers sponsors FedoraForum.org Hosting

Adam Doxtater writes "Dallas, TX | January 17th, 2004 â Since the inception of FedoraForum.org on April 26th 2004, it has proven to be a self-sustaining community of avid volunteers which have formed around Fedora Linux (a branch of Red Hat Linux). Its founder Ewdison Then, one of the leading minds in the Open Source community, has nurtured its growth to over 15,000 members in less than a year. This is success that many can only dream of, but with success of that magnitude comes some rather large financial responsibility as bandwidth surges higher and hardware requirements become more demanding.

Robert Marsh, CEO of EV1Servers, a popular hosting and server co-location company, has graciously taken the initiative to assist FedoraForums.org and the Open Source community by sponsoring the non-profit site. EV1Servers became the hosting partner of the Fedora Forum community on January 15th, 2004. On January 16th, 2004 Fedora Forum was implemented on the new EV1 Servers setup. This was made possible by EV1Servers through their continued support of the Open Source community and dedication to its community leaders.

About EV1Servers
Houston-based EV1Servers operates two telco-grade data centers with over 100,000 square feet of web hosting space. The company manages over 20,000 Windows and Linux dedicated servers that power over one million websites. The EV1 Network is connected to the Internet through 19 Gigabit Ethernet links from 6 backbone providers and accounts for over 1.5% of all US Internet traffic. The company serves an additional 200,000 users through its discounted domain registration and SSL certificates offerings. For more information on EV1Servers, visit ev1servers.net or call 1-800-504-7873.

About Fedora Forum
Since it's launch on April 26th 2004, Fedora Forum has been the premier provider of Fedora Linux support, trumping that of the Fedora Project itself. Through the devotion of its staff and dedicated community members they've become the largest provider of Fedora support on the planet.

Fedora Forum is currently hosted on EV1Servers.net"

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