Canadian web hosting provider Cirrus Tech announced on Tuesday that it has updated its VPS offerings with two new plans targeted towards clients that require a large amount of dedicated resources.
The company has also updated its existing Windows and Linux VPS plans to provide a broader range of solutions to better accommodate each customer's unique needs, says Cirrus Tech. Also, rather than having to pay for resources that aren't being used, clients can essentially pay for what they require, and in the event they require more resources, they can simply upgrade their VPS.
More information on the updated VPS plans can be found on the company's website here.
"We've noticed that some of our clients are really underutilizing their VPS while other clients are realizing they require significantly more resources," says Mani Aminian, sales manager at Cirrus Tech.
"Our cheapest VPS plan is aimed at providing a very light VPS for those clients that require minimal resources while our more robust VPS offerings are created for clients that are looking for dedicated-server-like resources in a VPS container."
The company explains in its most recent news announcement that lower end plans are geared towards clients that may want a VPS to use as a testing environment or to use Windows remote desktop whereas the higher resource VPS plans are aimed at users that are thinking of moving to a dedicated server but want to avoid the costs and downtime associated with migrating to a dedicated server.
Founded in 1999, Cirrus Tech says it is one of Canada's largest web hosting companies and is a leading provider of comprehensive Internet services.
Following its partnership with R1Soft in June, Cirrus Tech reported last month that it would begin offering its dedicated server customers new remote backup plans that include R1Soft's continuous data protection software.
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