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1&1 Launches New Range of Premium Dedicated Servers

1&1 Launches New Range of Premium Dedicated Servers

New Premium Server Range combines latest AMD processors, RAID and huge disk space; quad-core options available.

1&1 Internet Inc, a web hosting company, today announced the debut of a new premium range of dedicated servers that combine the latest energy saving AMD processors with unrivaled quotas of RAM and hard disk space, together with RAID1 or RAID5 technology at low prices. The company says that these premium server packages provide greater power, flexibility and control than shared hosting solutions. It claims that these Premium Servers are ideal for hosted eCommerce or databases, file or application servers and web development.

The company articulates that its Premium Servers are obtainable in Linux, Windows or Managed configurations and feature a 100MBit data connection. Server customers also benefit greatly from 1&1's 30 GBit connectivity via its own state-of-the-art data center in Lenexa, KS. Today, It also launched a Value Range of servers which, from only $69.99/month, comprise an excellent option for uses such as game servers or email servers. It claims that the new range promises a new level of performance and reliability for application testing and deployment, as well as running CRM. The Titan Server offers the user robust capabilities for running even the most intensive database applications, deployment of resource hungry applications and virtualization.

Oliver Mauss, CEO 1&1 Internet said, "At 1&1 we have redefined our server offerings to bring the best packages to IT professionals and SMBs. We've invested many resources to transform the standard server packages to include enterprise-level technologies such as RAID5 and the latest AMD processors."

Mauss added, "With 1&1's new Value Server range, purchasing a dedicated server is a financially feasible solution for more individuals and a greater variety of online projects."

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