We've Got FreeBSD for Ultimate Security
International Support for BSD inclusive of FreeBSD

BSD & BSDi, inclusive of FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD is a stable,multi-user operating system deployed in commerce for a variety of applications. This powerful operating system is derived from Bell AT&T labs. The "Free" of FreeBSD means just that... It's OpenSource and distributed Free of fees.

So What's the Scoop on BSD? It may be used free of charge, even by commercial users. Full source for the operating system is freely available, with minimal restrictions. The word “free” is used in two ways; one “at no cost”, the other “you can do as you please”. BSD is built on standards of the best operating system in the world along with an opensource, architecture, meaning it may be revamped to work in any environment.

Understanding Your Application First, we need to understand your FreeBSD application, or what you plan on doing with it. Do you, or will you be running Databases, Email, Web Servers, Content Management (like Drupal) or is it being used as a firewall/router? Each application will have a very specific requirement and specialized set of skills. In General Terms, our Fee Policy for remote access, using SSH, is based on hourly, monthly and annual rates. We provide onsite service in Canada, United States, Europe, Central America and Asia.

Who uses BSD? We use BSD for our CMS systems running Apache!
MacIntosh® is a big fan of FreeBSD... Would you believe that the MAC OS® is actually built on the TrustedBSD Framework? If you already own a MAC (good choice by the way), go to the command line and enter "uname -a" and look at what it says. Convinced?

Our customers use BSD in the following industries:
Web Hosting and Content Management Systems
News Papers and Media Publishing
Consulting and Business Management
Peer to Peer Games & Entertainment
Film and Movie Industry Travel & Tourism

Additionally, here's a few more examples;
Many Internet Service Providers (ISPs) find FreeBSD ideal, running WWW, FTP, Email, and other services such as DNS. Ready-to-run software like the Apache web server or the FTP server make it easy to set up a business or community-centered ISP. Of course, with FreeBSD's unbeatable networking, your users will enjoy high speed, reliable services. Databases such as MySQL and PostGreSQL run extremely well on FreeBSD thanks to it's 4.4 BSD Kernel. Networking. From packet filtering to routing, FreeBSD can turn any server into an Internet firewall, email host, print server, server, and more. Domain Name Servers We run our DNS servers on FreeBSD. Combined with the excellent, resilient kernel and process handling, DNS Systems running BIND 8 & 9 run in a true chrooted environment, adding an additional layer of security to a system dependent application. Software development. A suite of development tools comes with FreeBSD, including the GNU C/C++ compiler and debugger. Java® and Tcl/Tk development are also possible. We look forward to helping you.