March 25th, 2008 admin
The dot cn domain names in February have passed the 10 million mark in February this year according to a report from the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC). This is yet another proof of the booming Internet industry in China, with an estimated 210 million Internet users, and growing.
The dot de (Germany) is the only other ccTLD to have over 10 million registrations. The dot au (Australia) has just passed the one million mark recently, with the dot es (Spain) and dot ca (Canada) expected to make it very soon.
SinoHosting.net offers dot cn domain names at RMB50, or free with most of our hosting plans. Protect your brand or get into the Chinese market by securing your .cn domain name today.
March 10th, 2008 admin
Beginning today, SinoHosting.net’s Small Business Email Hosting Plan can be used to set up up to 20 email accounts. Previously, the plan offered a maximum of 5 accounts. The total space remains the same, 1GB. The decision has been made following customer feedback, and we understood that many clients, especially those using Outlook, Thunderbird and other email management softwares, could use more accounts on that space without the need to upgrade to the higher plan (Enterprise Email Hosting, 2GB, 100 email accounts, RMB900/Year)
The package pricing remains the same, RMB500/Year (by the way one of the most competitive in mainland China). We use Singapore-based servers for our email hosting plans. The control panel is in English by default, but available as well in Chinese and over 10 major European languages.
If you are currently a client for on this package, your account should be upgraded automatically. If not, feel free to contact us immediately.
March 4th, 2008 admin
As you may have noticed if your site is hosted on our China servers, our Shanghai-hosted sites were down from late Sunday afternoon throughout Monday. This was due to a server suspension notice that came after some user hosted on the same IP range in the China Telecom datacenter (not from our company however), where our server resides, was found to have uploaded some “unauthorized” content. SinoHosting.net apologizes for the downtime caused, but it was beyond our scope of influence.
Sites are back online now, if you continue to experience any problems make sure to contact us immediately.