UK-based web hosting provider Qube Networks announced on Tuesday it has launched its new managed hosting service at business Internet and digital marketing exhibition Internet World 2007.
Under the new deal, Qube Networks says it is offering two levels of managed hosting services, including the new Standard Service starting at £400 per month and the traditional Premium Service, which the company already offers. Standard Service customers will be hosted at Qube Networks' new 1,600 square foot facility at the Level 3 data center in London's Goswell Road.
"The quality of managed hosting service offered to the majority of British businesses has been abysmal," says Tom Howard, chief technical director at Qube Networks. "Why should businesses have to put up with service level agreements that only begin when the customer spots there is a problem and data transfer agreements that do not deliver customers the bandwidth they need, at the times they need it most? Our promise is simple, plain English contracts and a proactively managed service with the best levels of IP bandwidth available."
Qube Networks says it is the engineer's choice for colocation and managed services and builds quality and reliability into the IT and communication infrastructures it designs, builds, manages, hosts and maintains on behalf of clients.
Source: WHIR News