(The Hosting News) – Future Hosting, an Internet solutions provider serving SMBs and enterprises internationally and developer of Future Engineer™, today announced sweeping hardware upgrades to all Virtual Private Servers hosted in its London datacenter, without adding any additional costs to customers.
The upgraded VPS nodes, which in many cases offer more than twice the speed as previous configurations, have been gradually deployed over the past several weeks, and implementation will by complete by March 1, 2011. All physical servers now boast at a new generation of Intel Xeon processors with 15,000 RPM SAS Drives in Raid-10 configuration, offering instant mirroring of data for added protection. RAM was also increased in all servers.
“Competing and growing in today’s marketplace requires Future Hosting to not just stay on-par with our competitors, but instead to continue our leadership role in the industry by offering cutting-edge hardware and world-class quality at prices growing businesses can afford. We’re raising the bar once again, and our customers are the primary beneficiaries,” said Future Hosting Chief Strategy Officer Stephen Kowalski.
In January, Future Hosting introduced Colocation services in its 71,000 sq. ft. Washington, D.C. datacenter facility. Scale ranges from individual servers to partial or full cabinets, and customers can select their desired power circuit, voltage, port speed, and bandwidth allotment. Future Hosting also offers an optional server management service for colocated servers.
Future Hosting is the developer of Future Engineer™, a technical support automation system designed to automate time consuming server configuration and repair tasks on Virtual Private Servers (VPS), Future Engineer™ allows clients to receive a greater level of technical support than is available when technicians spend their time performing routine or basic maintenance tasks. With Future Engineer™, technicians are free to spend their time offering a level of technical support that is unrivaled and otherwise unaffordable.
For more information about Future Hosting, please visit http://www.futurehosting.com.