TurnKey Internet Introduces Line of Environmentally Friendly Hybrid Servers
The combination of the latest hardware server with Parallels (www.parallels.com) virtualization software, TurnKey Internet (www.turnkeyinternet.net) has created a new line of servers virtual private servers offer the performance and reliability of turnkey dedicated servers, however, offer greater energy efficiency and a reduced price.
Under the turnkey ad this week, an enhanced hybrid “turnkey Internet servers provide dedicated server like performance throughput for customers of up to eight on a single machine. This ensures maximum performance while using less energy per client, offer the environmentally conscious companies and individuals the opportunity to purchase a high quality web hosting solution that saves them money by reducing their carbon footprint.
“The hybrid server is the perfect balance between price, performance and reliability and is environmentally friendly, turnkey Internet president and CEO of Adam Wills, said in a statement. “Choosing a hybrid server over a dedicated server is like car sharing, saving energy while getting where you need to go.”
A traditional dedicated web server is not used often, consuming a large amount of electricity even when idle.
The new server line offers a choice of Windows or Linux and the free cPanel or Plesk, bare metal off-site backup, managed firewall, attendance management system, control and audit of safety without assistance in the server migration.
Under the new announcement, all new Internet servers Turnkey hybrids are backed by 24 / 7 Premium Support, previously only available in dedicated line.
Together with its environmental causes, Turnkey has also been active in social issues. In July, when thousands of Iranians took to the Internet to protest the controversial results of the election of the country, turnkey Internet hosting services provided for consultant Austin Heap (www.austinheap.com), who built a network proxy to pass through the filters of government to help redirect the Iranians on the web.