Virtualization Technology News and Information
WiredTree Levels-Up SSD VPS Hosting In Time For The Holiday Season
WiredTree, a leading provider of managed virtual private server hosting, has announced a comprehensive upgrade to its popular Managed SSD VPS and Hybrid Server plans. The free upgrade significantly increases the resources available to VPS and Hybrid hosting clients just in time for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

WiredTree is committed to providing its clients with the best possible hosting experience. The company's famed level-ups - regular free upgrades to server resources - guarantee that publishers, businesses, and eCommerce merchants aren't left behind as the company enhances its hosting platform.

"We regularly level-up our managed hosting plans at no extra cost because we want our clients always to have the best hardware to support their businesses," says Zac Cogswell, President of WiredTree, "The most recent level-up will make a substantial difference to site owners and eCommerce merchants in the run up to the holiday season - we're gifting them enhanced performance and increased storage just when they need it the most."

The recent round of level-ups includes both SSD VPS Server and Hybrid Server plans. All WiredTree Pure SSD Managed VPS plans will receive enhancements to memory, storage, and bandwidth. A typical example is the SSD 2000 plan, which will benefit from an additional 512 MB of RAM, a 25% bump in SSD storage to 50 GB, and an extra 2 TB of bandwidth.

Managed Hybrid SSD Servers, the best choice for clients that require no-compromise performance, benefit from an even more substantial increase in resources, with an extra Gigabyte of RAM, 10 GB of SSD storage, and 2 TB of bandwidth.

All WiredTree server plans incorporate a comprehensive range of management services, including security updates, website and server optimization, proactive monitoring and service restoration, and WiredTree's renowned ServerShield security hardening service with advanced firewall and brute force protection, malware scanning, and spam prevention.

Published Wednesday, November 25, 2015 3:51 PM by David Marshall
Filed under:
There are no comments for this post.
To post a comment, you must be a registered user. Registration is free and easy! Sign up now!
<November 2015>