Lanex operates Apache web servers running on Linux. The servers support CGI/Perl scripting, PHP, and the MySQL databases. The servers also support chat and forums services.
Lanex offers both Microsoft 2003 and 2008 R2 platforms, and hosts “Classic ASP”, .NET, and static HTML websites.
We operate Adobe Coldfusion on a Microsoft Windows platform. ColdFusion is a rapid development platform, which can scale to clusters of servers and will operate on multiple operating systems.
Lanex can host Microsoft Access, MySQL, or MS SQL databases for your applications or web pages. We also have a dedicated Microsoft SQL Server for larger or more complex databases and high volume dynamic Web sites.
POP3, IMAP4, and Web-based email and mail list services are offered using Smartermail on Microsoft Windows servers. Whether you require 1, 10, 100, or 1000 mailboxes we are happy to serve your needs. We offer our standard mail servers, which allow you to send and receive your mail on your domain; and, dedicated virtual servers that allow you to manage your own mail server.
Lanex has a dedicated media server that is able to serve Microsoft streaming media files for audio and video content. Streaming rates from 20kbps to 200kbps per session are supported. The server also supports multi-rate encoded files, so that a single content file will support a variety of bit rates.
Lanex offers both PHP and WordPress site hosting, which is our most affordable hosting option. Please contact us for current pricing.
List server options are available upon request.
Lanex’s click tracker service allows our customers to create a URL to be included in marketing efforts, including print, website, email, and other mediums. Customers may access this information through a web interface, which will display the number of times the link was clicked. This allows customers to judge the effectiveness of their mailing or content.
Lanex has developed a number of custom Learning Management Systems (LMS), capable of standalone operation, or integration with other ERP or host systems. Course content can be custom-developed, and deployed through a proprietary interface or using standards such as AICC and SCORM.