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Sep, 2001 : Host Europe Provides Site for Famed Dr. Ali


September 13, 2001 - Dedicated Servers, part of Host Europe PLC (http://www.hosteurope.com), has recently completed the delivery of a total Web hostingarchitecture for the new health Web site launched by the famous Dr. MosarafAli, whose supporters include Prince Charles, Richard Branson, MichaelCaine, Kate Moss and Andrew Lloyd Webber. The Website, at www.dr-ali.co.uk,contains innovative health care solutions, lifestyle programmes and a uniquehealth MOT.

Mike Harris, founding CEO of Egg PLC, was also involved in the project asDr. Ali's advisor, having been a patient of Dr. Ali for some years and astrong supporter of the holistic approach to health care. He said, "HostEurope provided everything that was needed very quickly and efficiently andI'm very confident that their technical solution and support will give usexcellent performance and reliability."
Jonathan Brealey, sales and marketing Director of Host Europe PLC, added:"Host Europe is delighted to be associated with Dr Ali's Web site, and weare glad that with our support he will be able to share more of hisimpressive knowledge with more of the public. The Web site will benefitgreatly from having a dedicated server. With all its flexibility, adedicated control panel, and the 24/7/365 free telephone and e-mail support,the site will be very healthy indeed."

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