eUKhost Ltd., a web hosting company, has unveiled a new range of fully managed dedicated servers. The company states that the new range of Dell servers, featuring Intel Xeon processors, are designed for excellent performance, faster response times and improved scalability.
With dual quad core processors powerful RAM and SAS hard drives at disposal, a user can run the most complex programs/applications with relative ease.
It adds that this new dual quad core server delivers eight processing cores in two physical processors which in effect offers a substantial increase in performance over its previous generation of single quad-core processors.
The company believes that launch of this new range of servers is quite significant in the web hosting industry as it is among the first server providers to bring in this technology, even for their VPS Hosting and Semi Dedicated Servers.
All new VPS and Semi Dedicated Server orders are setup on the dual quad core Intel Xeon processor servers, with 12 GB RAM, which demonstrates another example of how it continually strives to offer the best possible server solutions, equipped with the latest processing power, to meet the ever growing needs of hosting customers.
It further declared that its promise is simple, customers don't need to worry about their hosting - they manage everything so that the customers can solely concentrate on the productivity of their business and revenues.
It also claims that when you host with eUKhost, implementation, customization, troubleshooting, patching, monitoring, administration, back-up and support is their responsibility.
Mark Ducadi, Chief Marketing Officer, eUKhost Ltd, stated "The demand for dedicated servers has expanded exponentially over the years. The addition of our new range of high performance Dell/ Xeon powered dedicated servers emphasizes our desire to offer our customers the latest technologies at affordable prices.
Our customers demand ever increasing technical specifications and our new servers will satisfy the most demanding of users".
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