(The Hosting News) – Hosting company WiredTree announced on Tuesday the addition of new features pertinent to R1Soft backups, Parallels optimization and SSD caching – something the company hopes will provide it with “unparalleled performance.”
In a press release, WiredTree President Zac Cogswell discussed how the company goes about implementing the process, noting that WiredTree annually upgrades its VPS and hybrid server platforms.
“Our annual Level Up guarantees our customers can take advantage of the most recent developments in the web hosting industry as they become available. Often, this means adding RAM and disk space across our hardware, but this year, we are not adding RAM or disk space to our plans. Instead, we have done what many considered impossible — made huge performance boosts to disk I/O for hosting services that are faster than ever before,” Cogswell remarked.
WiredTree went so far as to testing the SSD Caching platform – something it says cuts load times in half. The testing was performed on live client websites.
The provider offers a range of hosting services including managed VPS, servers and hybrid. The upgrades follow a previous announcement by the company in which WiredTree launched CloudLinux OS integration via its dedicated server platform.