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ServInt announces major upgrades to its Virtual Private Server web-hosting packages

ServInt, a pioneering provider of high-reliability web hosting for businesses worldwide, today announced it has performed major upgrades on its core line of Virtual Private Server (VPS) services.  ServInt has increased the amount of Random Access Memory (RAM) allocated to its core line of VPS services, which includes Essential VPS, Signature VPS and Ultimate VPS.  Guaranteed RAM allocations on each of the core VPS services was increased by at least 128 MB.

Upgrades will be automatically performed today for all existing ServInt VPS customers.  The upgraded VPS services are also available now to new customers.

Last week, ServInt introduced the flagship product in its VPS line, SuperVPS, a fully redundant, enterprise-class hosting service.  Each service in ServInt’s VPS line is a powerful replacement for the traditional dedicated server.  Each offers customers increased redundancy while providing the same computing performance of a traditional dedicated server – with significant cost savings.  These hosting services are ideal for small and medium-size web-based companies that demand a web-hosting service managed by experienced professionals.

Today’s announcement marks the second stage of ServInt’s comprehensive overhaul of its VPS services.  ServInt recently completed significant upgrades to bandwidth and disk-space allocations for its entire VPS line, benefiting both existing and new customers.

ServInt Vice President of Operations Christian Dawson said, “The completion of the second stage of our VPS overhaul demonstrates our industry leadership and our commitment to offer the best possible VPS service value.  We’ve invested millions of dollars in this overhaul and we are delighted to automatically include existing customers in our upgrade path.”

Those interested in learning more about ServInt’s newly upgraded VPS products can call 800-573-7846 or visit

Published Monday, March 17, 2008 6:50 PM by David Marshall
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