Dedicated hosting company Limestone Networks has made a new line of servers featuring AMD and Intel processors, in hopes of attracting interest in the VPS Reseller, web host and VoIP private branch exchange community.
According to the announcement, made late Tuesday, Dallas-based Limestone Networks has divided the server offerings into three categories -- fast, faster and fastest.
On the low-end is the 80gb Intel Celeron E1200, dual-core for $99.99 per month up to the quad-core, Intel Core2Quad Q9300 for $179.99 with 2000gb of bandwidth per month.
The new servers are part of Limestone Networks' marketing attempt to attract companies that may want to administrate their own hosting services through dedicated server leases. Limestone Networks has posted specific information useful to such companies on their website.
Limestone Networks CEO Gary Kendall said the "new servers represent the latest advances in processing power. The new line offers both powerful value options and the latest dual and quad cores that represent the latest in computing speed. Limestone Networks is proud to be making these available to our customers at very affordable pricing."
In the course of making solutions that are attractive to price-conscious clientele, KVM-over-IP was made available to Limestone Networks customers last week as a way for customers to perform their own server diagnostics and repairs remotely, without having to pay professional service charges.
Limestone Networks made its debut in the fall of 2007 with servers hosted in Dallas Internet hub, Infomart.
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