(The Hosting News) – EndLayer offers free incoming transfers (moving client sites from the old hosting network to the new server). The SPC hosting package costs only $89 a month.
“Too many people are putting up with slow, un-secure hosting companies to save a few dollars,” says Michael Farin, co-founder and managing partner at EndLayer. “There’s no reason to have 500 sites on the same server. Our goal was to create a completely different, lightning-fast shared hosting service for a reasonable cost.”
Some of the benefits of EndLayer’s SPC hosting include application support, full customer service, off-site backup, secure, managed firewalls, a fully-managed environment, next generation cloud hardware, and 24/7 proactive monitoring. Each server hosts only 12 sites, ensuring top speed at all times.
In contrast, EndLayer’s competitors offer few to none of these benefits, and typically host 250 to 500 sites per server. (Read: Why low-end shared hosting and your e-commerce website is an explosion waiting to happen!)
“Why would you go with a hosting network that is extremely slow, and that has no backup or tech support?” Michael Farin says. “It just doesn’t make any sense.”
EndLayer currently provides fully-managed cloud hosting environments and IT services for clients across the globe. The company offers 24/7/365 service and support, and specializes in optimizing websites for speed, performance and security. Their experience in designing, hosting and maintaining sites ranges from small businesses to Fortune 500 enterprises.
EndLayer partners with SoftLayer, a leading data center and network provider, to house all servers in state-of-the art data centers to ensure uninterrupted service. Each data center is monitored 24/7 and includes redundant power, HVAC, and complete fire detection and suppression systems.
“EndLayer is all about performance,” says Michael Farin. “With only 12 sites per server, secure firewalls, fanatical technical support, programming experts on call 24/7, and lightning speed, there’s no reason to host your website anywhere else. I mean, why would you?”