Web hosting provider JaguarPC announced on Wednesday it has completed the second phase to replace all its server hardware. The process, which began last year, replaced all servers that had single or dual processors with one core to the new AMD dual core CPU servers.
The web host has also completed testing and started implementing a new enterprise backup management system that will increase backup speed and performance for its clients. The new dual core servers have significant upgrades to the amount of RAM as well as newer RAID disk arrays across all the systems which have greatly improved redundancy and access speeds.
All accounts with JaguarPC will be on the same hardware platform, allowing for easy plan upgrade migrations. Initial results of the completed server upgrades show an improvement in services loading time on the network and near 100 percent uptime. The third phase of the upgrade process of both hardware and backup systems will be done in the next 60 days.
"In a market where every provider is moving towards the cheapest alternatives possible, this is part of our plan to rather focus on delivering quality web services," says Greg Landis, CEO of JaguarPC. "With other competitive hosting companies, companies may outgrow the available services and need to migrate to a completely different web host. Conversely, a company can start small with our basic plan and seamlessly upgrade with us through the years of growth."
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