THE WORLD’S MOST AFFORDABLE MAC WITH THE WORLD’S EASIEST APACHE
Macminicolo.net & Tenon team up to offer iTools on the Mac mini
Austin & Santa Barbara, CA, February 1,
2005. Tenon, the developer of
iTools, a popular web server configuration and management tool, and
Macminicolo.net, a high-speed Mac mini collocation service, announce a
partnership to offer the easiest and least expensive Apache web services
on the planet.
Combining Apple’s new Mac mini (“the most affordable Mac ever”) with
Tenon’s Apache toolsuite (known for its simplicity and power) provides
an inexpensive way to host Apache web services, domain name service
(DNS), file transfer (FTP), and WebDAV (for collaborative content
creation). iTools includes a full complement of open source packages:
PHP (for scripting), MySQL (database), Tomcat (Java), Gallery (for
displaying photos), phpBB2 (for bulletin boards), b2++ (for blogging),
PHP-Nuke (creating web portals for community sharing), as well as
built-in web logging and searching.
“The Mac mini’s processing power is more than enough for 80% of the web
sites on the market and Tenon’s anywhere, anytime iTools Apache
management lets webmasters manage multiple virtual hosts using a
browser-based GUI,” said Jay Menna, President of Macminicolo.net.
“iTools saves webmaster time and money, says Tenon’s President, Anita
Holmgren. iTools is a 5th generation set of tools that provides secure,
domain-specific remote Apache administration. Teaming up with
Macminicolo gives ISPs new low-cost, powerful alternatives for
Apache-based web hosting.”
The Macminicolo starts at $29.99 a month. A powerful and full-featured
mail server and list server, Post.Office
(http://www.tenon.com/products/post_office), is free to those who sign
up before March 15th, 2005. The Post.Office package supports 10
mailboxes and 2 lists and can be used to support web applications with
form-based email. Additional mailboxes and lists can be purchased
directly from Tenon. See the Macminicolo.net web site
(http://www.macminicolo.net) for collocation details and the Tenon web
site (http://www.tenon.com) for purchasing iTools and Post.Office.
Macminicolo.net, a subsidiary of Underwriter’s Technologies, has been
the business of maintaining collocated Macs since its inception.
Underwriter’s Technologies is an Austin based provider of internet
services. The company was the Austin Business Journals third largest
web-hosting firm last year.
Founded in 1989, Tenon Intersystems is a leader in high-performance
networking. Tenon technology has provided the framework for world-class
networking on the Macintosh for over a decade. Tenon is continuing that
tradition on Mac OS X. Tenon Intersystems can be reached in the U.S. at
805-963-6983, by the internet at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via the web at