NetBenefit launches new range of dedicated servers
NetBenefit, one of the United Kingdom’s most experienced managed hosting providers, today asserts the launch of its new selection of dedicated servers based on Intel’s revolutionary new Nehalem design. The changes in the microarchitecture arguably mark the most serious development for Intel since multi processors were introduced in 1995. For NetBenefit’s buyers it suggests radically increased performance over dedicated servers using the Intel 5400 series. The launch reinforces NetBenefit’s existing portfolio of managed hosting and virtualisation solutions with dedicated servers starting from the R410 thru to the R710 as well as the arrival of a server optimised for highly tough database cluster solutions.
CPU work loads have been proved to be 65% quicker with the new Intel Nehalem microarchitecture. “Thanks to the benefits Dell has introduced with the most recent Xeon 5500 series, the servers not only provide our consumers with noticeably quicker processing speeds but also go a good distance to achieving the energy efficiency that all technology firms are attempting to achieve — increased power potency and smaller carbon footprints.”. NetBenefit’s range of new dedicated servers supply a provoking fusion of speed, performance and optimisation:.
The newest 5500 series CPUs with Turbo and Hyper-threading technology ( HTT ). The new collection of servers is only one of the numerous new solutions that NetBenefit is bringing to market this year. “Our product management and delivery team has been working on a variety of different initiatives which will see it reinforce our position in the UK market as a leading provider of highly available managed hosting solutions centered on the customers’ business requirements,” asserts handling director Colin Bell.