NEW YORK, Feb. 24 (Reuters) – Interland (NasdaqNM:INLD – news), the second-largest supplier of Web-hosting services, is teaming up with Trellix Corp., maker of a popular line of do-it-yourself Web site publishing tools, the companies will announce on Monday.
The deal promises to help extend the reach of Interland into the fragmented small- and medium-sized business market.
The Atlanta company, formerly known as Micron PC, ranks behind Verio, a unit of Japan’s NTT Communications Corp. It switched its focus from direct marketing of personal computers to Web hosting — setting up, maintaining and housing Web sites for customers — after it acquired Interland last year.
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