Enhanced Managed Virtual Private Servers, Premiered at WiredTree
Supplier of Managed Dedicated, Managed Cross-breed and Virtual Private Server hosting solutions, WiredTree, has restructured its Managed VPS hosting plans and moved shoppers up to the next-highest plan, without changing its pricing structure.
Zac Cogswell, President of WiredTree explained, ”We have invested thousands of greenbacks over the past few months upgrading our infrastructure to support these increased grants to guarantee our buyers are receiving he highest value for their money. Just about each customer will get a memory and bandwidth upgrade and some will get a disk space upgrade as well – and we are doing it without raising prices. As a part of its restructuring, WiredTree has retired its lowest-end configuration, the VPS384 plan. It also added a new top-end configuration, the VPS1024 plan, which supplies 1024MB assured SLM RAM, 80GB of RAID-10 disk drive space, and 1000GB of monthly information transfer.
Each existing VPS account will be leveled up a step from its current plan. As an example, customers now hosting on the VPS384 plan will be upgraded to the new VPS512 plan ; patrons hosting on the VPS768 plan will be upgraded to the VPS1024 plan. As well as plan upgrades, WiredTree has added many new features to its Managed VPS services. Particularly , VPS clients now have access to the WiredTree private network, a safe, completely routed internal network that offers free data transference between WiredTree severs.
The Corporation has also added IPMI monitoring for all VPS accounts, enabling clients to observe the physical health of their servers remotely. Formed in June 2006 to set a new standard for managed hosting, WiredTree offers a superior managed hosting environment thru purchaser service, cutting edge network design, a singular collection of services, and the newest technological advances in server hardware.
WiredTree created a network that leverages 2 logically separated networks – a public Web network and a private internal network. This modern network-within-a-network design permits the company to safely provide a good range of value-added services for business of all sizes.