Cloud Servers

We are pleased to announce launch of next generation Cloud Hosting services.

Cloud Server allows you to be hosted on multiple array of servers unlike shared hosting, normal VPS or dedicated server where all services are hosted on single machine. You can thus get full power and control of dedicated server added with reliability, performance and scalability of cloud environment.

Key features:

Failover Environment
Server will automatically be restored in event of any hardware failure.

On-Demand Upgrade
You can start small and upgrade resources when required, cloud server can be upgraded upto 32 Ghz of CPU power and 16 GB RAM.

True Virtualization
XenServer ensure Dedicated CPU and RAM with SAN RAID 10 Protected Storage.

For more details and pre-configured specs please visit Cloud Hosting

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Softaculous script auto installer

We are pleased to announce that Softaculous script auto installer is available now replacing Fantastico which we offered until now. Softaculous is an one step auto installer having 144 great scripts, its also 2 times faster than Fantastico with sleek interface.

Its available by default on all shared and reseller hosting servers. Please check this link for scripts supported by Softaculous

http://www.softaculous.com/softwares

Clients on dedicated solutions can contact us at sales@imageleet.com to get Softaculous installed.

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Litespeed Available on VPS Plans

We are pleased to announce that Imageleet is now offering Litespeed webserver as addon on all VPS packages. Litespeed is an high-performance completely apache interchangeable webserver. Its upto 6 times faster than apache when serving static content and upto 50% faster in php content delivery than apache with mod_php

In our internal testing is came out performing very well on virtual private servers consuming about half of memory/CPU resources than apache, so clients who are having problems with CPU and Memory usage in VPS then litespeed could be the answer.

We provide litespeed for VPS as addon for $14 Monthly fee allowing 500 Concurrent connections and unlimited virtual hosts. We will install it on your VPS with full cpanel integration.

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Virtuozzo Linux VPS Service Launched

Imageleet VPS hosting Plans are cost effective alternative to shared and reseller hosting plans. VPS Will provide you the power of a dedicated server. All VPS come with CentOS 5 and Full Root Access, you can install your own applications and fully customize the environment. If you have an high traffic resource intensitive website which just does not fit the shared hosting then Imageleet Virtuozzo VPS is all you need.

Not to mention every VPS is setup with ffmpeg, Red5 flash media server, mencoder, mplayer, flvtool2, x264 and other goodies for your video hosting needs.

Virtual Private Servers

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phpmotion demo on imageleet

phpmotion demo imageleet

phpmotion has been one of the most popular free media CMS script available. It has just got better with the Stable V2 release. phpmotion is fully customizable with very efficient template system, but what make this a truly great Video CMS is clean coding and simplistic approach. First script i have seen which implemented the video conversion by taking multiple routes which has got even better with V2. Many paid scripts till now use static conversion system which include clip-share, however this was thankfully being worked upon in version 4.

you can check the phpmotion demo at

http://phpmotion.imageleet.com/

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subversion SVN for reseller accounts

we have updated all reseller servers with SVN support. Subversion is a version control system which is used to maintain current and historical versions of files such as source code, web pages, and documentation.

Subversion is meant to be a better CVS, so it has most of CVS’s features. Generally, Subversion’s interface to a particular feature is similar to CVS’s, except where there’s a compelling reason to do otherwise

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Managed Dedicated Servers

ImageLeet now offers range of Enterprise class dedicated servers which can take your business to next level. our servers are fully preconfigured, FFmpeg ready and optimized for best performance. We also offer free cPanel and double RAM with all server configuration. Your server will be secured, optimized and delivered within 36-48 Hours after order confirmation.

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HD-DVD confirmed dead

In the light of the recent events it seems like the bitter fight for the domination in the HD market has finally found its winner.

With six majors movie studios on its side, Blu-Ray won in the past weeks the wide support of various retailers such as Wal-Mart, BestBuy or movie distribution companies such as NetFlix.

According to the reports from the Japanese media and the major news agencies, Toshiba is expected any day now to announce its official withdrawal from the long-standing battle.

However, no official announcement has been made so far, but Toshiba issued a statement as the rumors are running rampant.

“The media reported that Toshiba will discontinue its HD-DVD business. Toshiba has not made any announcement concerning this. Although Toshiba is currently assessing its business strategies, no decision has been made at this moment,” said the Japanese company according to Next-Gen.

With or without an official announcement, Blu-Ray is already praised as the winning format.

The reasons behind Blu-Ray’s success are various and, besides a constant support form the movie studios, there are also some factors that have played in favor of Sony’s format.

While both formats, HD-DVD and Blu-Ray, offer a similar quality of the image (though with a slightly advantage for Blu-Ray which can deliver 48 Mbps, compared to 8 Mbps for DVD, 10 Mbps for HDTV broadcast and 36.55Mbps for HD-DVD), Blu-Ray provides full 1080p and has a storage capacity of 50 GB instead of the 30 GB promised by HD DVD.

The Blu-Ray format provides as many as 7.1 channels of native, uncompressed surround sound and it has won the support of the major movie studios by unveiling a better security in order to protect the movies, with technologies like AACS, ICT, BD+ and BD-ROM Mark.

Blu-Ray discs have the same physical size as the DVD, with a diameter of 120 mm, but the main difference resides in the disc structure.

By using a disc structure with a 0.1mm optical transmittance protection layer, the Blu-Ray disc diminishes aberration caused by disc tilt. This also allows for disc better readout and an increased recording density. The Blu-Ray disc’s tracking pitch is reduced to 0.32um, almost half of that of a regular DVD.

However, besides the technical details, another key factor in the success of the Blu-Ray standard was the PS3’s integrated unit.

While for the PS3 itself the Blu-Ray units was rather a disadvantage because of the repeated delays and the expensive initial price tag, thanks to its gaming console, Sony soon surpassed HD-DVD in terms of movies sold both in the US and in Europe.

What can we expect from now on? While for Toshiba and the early adopters of HD DVD, the Blu-Ray victory is definitely bad news, for the majority of consumers it could be a relief and it will speed up the migration to the high-definition entertainment.

As the battle was dragging on for years, no one rushed to fully adopt one format or another, but with a single format on the market, the dilemma has disappeared.

Also, it is very clear that by being the major winner, Sony will try to speed up the adoption of the Blu Ray format amongst consumers and we can expect price cuts for both players and discs.

But winning the battle with HD DVD does not mark the end of Blu Ray’s pains and aches. Sony must find an adequate strategy to cope with the growing competition from online movie services like iTunes, Movies Store or Amazon Unbox, whose success could transform the newly triumphant format in a secondary storage medium, with no impact on the enormous business that is the movie industry.

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