1&1, a global leader in web hosting services, announced a new range of Dedicated Servers for professional users that expect a high-performance server, with multiple redundancy systems.
1&1’s new flagship server is the 1&1 DDC 3XL. With 2 AMD Dodeca-Core Opteron 6172 CPUs, a massive 48 GB of ECC RAM, professional redundancy with RAID 5, 4 Terabytes of usable disk space and 2.1 GHZ clock frequency, the DDC 3XL is currently one of the most powerful servers in the hosting market. 1&1 Dedicated Servers are most beneficial when used for resource-intensive business applications such as web development or databases. The hardware power pack includes 24/7 administration and is priced from $999.99/month.
1&1 launches also a further Value Range of Dedicated Servers with Hexa-Core processors. The 1&1 HC XL, starting from only $399.99/month, provides 16 GB RAM and 1.5 Terabyte of usable disk space. At the heart of this new server model is a 6-Core AMD (Phenom II X6 1055T), with a 2.8 GHZ clock frequency that can be run up to 3.3 GHZ by innovative turbo-core technology. The boost takes place automatically, depending on operated capacity of the six cores. 1&1’s server portfolio is also expanded with the new 1&1 HC L server. The ‘smaller brother’ of the HC XL, also equipped with AMD’s innovative turbo-core technology, is priced from $299.99/month, including 8 GB RAM and 1 Terabyte usable disk space.
All new 1&1 servers are available in Linux or Windows configurations. Optional for the first time, users can order SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11. This operating system enables companies to manage even very complex IT infrastructures in a simple and highly efficient way. This can also be an alternative for developers who wish to run .NET applications on Linux. Furthermore, the packages include unlimited traffic meaning that successful web projects cannot be thwarted by cost risks associated with data traffic.