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Future Hosting goes global, adds United Kingdom VPS

Future Hosting goes global, adds United Kingdom VPS

Future Hosting, an Internet Solutions provider serving small to medium sized businesses internationally and the developer of Server Doctor, announced today that it has expanded its Virtual Private Server offerings to include a location in the United Kingdom, marking the first time the company has added servers in Europe.

The company currently offers VPS plans hosted in three major cities in the United States.

In adding the United Kingdom as a location, the company hopes to tap into an emerging market for European hosting, as well as bolster its product line for North American business customers. In recent customer satisfaction surveys, many customers expressed a strong interest in overseas VPS plans.

The company described that the servers in the United Kingdom location will be powered by new Intel Harpertown processors, offering superior performance and load handling than existing technology.

The servers will have access to a variety of external network connectivity, including Global Crossing, Tiscali, Teleglobe, Level3, LINX, and LonAP. further it utilizes over 200 peering sessions and uses the latest generation of Cisco hardware as a backbone for its network.

It states that Managed Virtual Private Server plans from them are hosted in Dallas, Texas; Chicago, Ill.; Seattle, Wash.; and now the United Kingdom. Introductory plans include SA-SCSI disk space and the choice of either a cPanel or Plesk-based management platform. All VPS plans also include the award-winning Server Doctor and Future Protect.

"Expanding our VPS offerings geographically remains a priority for Future Hosting, especially as we continue to focus on customers who compete in today's global economy," said Vik Patel, Future Hosting president & CEO. "Today's announcement marks the beginning of our expansion of VPS plans overseas, in our aim to add locations of strategic importance to our network."


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