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WiredTree Announces Massive Level-Up Of Managed Server Hosting Plans

WiredTree, a leading provider of managed server hosting, has announced substantial hardware upgrades across its range of managed virtual private servers and hybrid servers. The upgrades will see current WiredTree clients benefit from significant performance upgrades at no extra cost.

WiredTree is dedicated to providing its clients with the best hosting experience, and strongly believes that loyal hosting clients shouldn't be left behind as the company upgrades its hardware. WiredTree frequently offers substantial free level-ups that provide newer, faster, and more capable hardware to existing clients.

The most recent level-up includes an up-to 60% enhancement to Virtual Private Server and Hybrid Server RAM and up-to 100% increases in bandwidth allocations. A typical example is the VPS 2500 plan, which previously included 2,560MB of RAM and 8TB of bandwidth. VPS 2500 clients will be levelled up to the VPS 4000 plan, which includes 4,096MB of RAM and 10TB of bandwidth; both increases bring considerable real-world benefits to server performance and hosting costs.

"Unlike other hosting companies, when we update our platform, we bring our existing clients along at no extra price," says Zac Cogswell, President of WiredTree, "WiredTree's level-ups ensure that our clients will always have access to industry-leading hardware, performance, and reliability."

The levelled-up VPS and Hybrid server plans will also be available to new WiredTree clients, who benefit from lower costs for improved hardware in addition to WiredTree's extensive range of management services, cPanel/WHM on all servers, WiredTree's renowned ServerShield server security hardening, and round-the-clock support with an average response time of less than 15 minutes.

The VPS and Hybrid server updates are only the first in a planned series of updates to WiredTree's server hosting plans. In the near future, the company will also roll out faster CPUs, HDDs, and larger SSD caches for SSD-Accelerated and Hybrid Server hosting plans.

Published Tuesday, September 22, 2015 6:44 AM by David Marshall
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