ASPHostPortal Lauches ASP.NET 4.5 Hosting

ASPHostPortal offer brand new-ASP.NET 4.5 hosting for all new and existing customer

Online PR News – 10-August-2012 – New York – ASPHostPortal is a premiere web hosting company that specialized in Windows and ASP.NET-based hosting. Today, we are proud to introduce our new Microsoft product, ASP.NET 4.5 Hosting to all our new and existing customer. For more information about this new product, please visit ASPHostPortal official website at

As a response to today's technology development, provides customers with the option of the ASP.NET 4.5 hosting service. This newest version of .NET framework wills able users to manage and design web application faster. There are various features added such as, Page Meta Keyword and Description that will be very helpful for deploying SEO, AJAX, Visual Studio 2010 Support, IIS7 URL Rewrite, New ListView and DataPager Controls and WCF Support for RSS, JSON, POX and Partial Trust.

"This release is exciting as not only does it open the door for developers to stay ahead of the curve; it shows once again how is committed to being an industry leader,” said ASPHostPortal CEO, Robert Kruger. "You can get this new features on our shared hosting and also our reseller hosting."

“I’m very excited to see the latest Microsoft .NET Framework implemented on our infrastructure and to give our customers the opportunity to learn and experiment with the new features on our hosting environment." said Dean Thomas, General Manager of

As a leading small to mid-sized business web hosting provider, we strive to offer the most technologically advanced hosting solutions available to our customers across the world. Security, reliability, and performance are at the core of our hosting operations to ensure each site and/or application hosted on our servers is highly secured and performs at optimum level.

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