Secured Servers Meets Market Needs with New Hardware, Bandwidth Special
Online PR News – 04-December-2010 – – Tempe, AZ, December 2, 2010 — Secured Servers, an Arizona-based leader in dedicated hosting services, announced today it has updated its dedicated hosting solutions to include more robust hardware while simultaneously offering a special bandwidth offer. For a limited time, 100 terabytes of bandwidth is available for $100, to correspond with the new G6950 servers.
“Hosting is an ever-changing business, and solutions have to be capable of meeting both current and future market requirements. The addition of the G6950 servers enables businesses and individuals to have a scalable and reliable dedicated server that can grow with their needs, even into the virtualization landscape. When coupled with 100TB of bandwidth, the solutions are very well suited to address a wide variety of needs,” said Mark Greenspan, VP of Secured Servers.
The G6950 servers are more than 40% faster than previous dual core models, use DDR3 RAM, and are configured to support virtualization technologies at the processor level. The new servers are available now through the Secured Servers website. The 100TB for $100 pricing for bandwidth is valid until January 31, 2011.
For more information, visit http://www.securedservers.com.
About Secured Servers
Founded in 2003, Secured Servers has a rich history of providing quality Web hosting solutions to meet a wide variety of needs. Featuring fast, reliable servers that can be used for online gaming, video/audio streaming, software development, e-mail, data storage, and more, Secured Servers capitalizes on established relationships with bandwidth providers and IT companies to bring value to the market through its innovative service offerings, technologies and processes. Leveraging a next generation data center, Secured Servers complements its dedicated hosting solutions with redundant power feeds, fiber connectivity options, 24/7 monitoring and 24/7 support. Secured Servers is headquartered in Tempe, Arizona. Visit http://www.securedservers.com to learn more.