Fort Lauderdale, Florida – (The Hosting News) – February 8, 2006 –
The dedicated hosting subsidiary of Infolink, ServerPronto, has introduced a new service – a gigabit port which accomodates 1,000 megabits per second (Mbps) in bandwidth to accommodate
According to ServerPronto, the gigabit port allows
customers to absorb a malicious attack, or massive intended traffic spikes,
without adversely affecting mission-critical applications.
Chris Kurzweg, Chief Operating Officer of ServerPronto explained, ”ServerPronto’s dedicated servers come with a standard 100 Mbps connection, which is 50 times greater than the connections found in most offices. But many of our customers tell us they need more. So we’ve added a gibabit port option on all of our packages. We know that distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks could come in at 100 Mbps and completely disable most dedicated servers. Our gigabit port connections allow you to withstand attacks.”
ServerPronto’s gigabit port option is available to customers for a fee of $65 a month. Aside from the security concerns associated with the Internet today, the high-performance demands of network and application environments make bandwidth scalability critical.
Mr. Kurzweg added, ”As more bandwidth-intensive database- driven web sites and e-business applications characterize the marketplace, access to increased server bandwidth becomes business critical. ServerPronto offers a flexible solution to address those bandwidth needs.”
Unlike shared hosting, where multiple sites are hosted on a single server, dedicated hosting allows companies to rent the entire server giving them 100 percent of the system’s resources. Beyond multiple port options and affordability, ServerPronto offers many other customizable features, various Linux options, power, server-grade parts, and a 99.999 percent uptime guarantee.
According to the company, the firm’s reinforced Data Centers offer redundant power, lightning-fast fiber connections and 24X7X365 support from a staff with more than a decade of networking experience.
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