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ServInt announces largest-ever upgrade of its Virtual Private Server hosting packages

ServInt, a pioneering provider of high-reliability web hosting for businesses worldwide, today announced it has completed the largest-ever upgrade of its entire line of Virtual Private Server (VPS) services and is offering the upgraded packages without a price increase. ServInt also has upgraded all of its existing VPS customers at no additional cost. ServInt VPS services are ideally suited for small and medium-size, web-based companies that demand a web-hosting service managed by experienced professionals.

By investing hundreds of thousands of dollars to vastly increase the amount of RAM, diskspace, and network resources allocated to its VPS services, ServInt has set a new industry performance standard. When combined with the Company’s 24/7 managed services and reputation for experience and reliability, the enhanced resources position ServInt VPS packages as the industry’s premier dedicated-server-replacement solutions.

ServInt never oversells its guaranteed VPS services. Many of its competitors oversell their VPS services based on expected utilization. Instead, ServInt provisions RAM based on guaranteed RAM commitment and is prepared to fulfill 100 percent of the RAM it guarantees to its clients.

“ServInt has always been regarded as one of the most dependable managed-VPS providers. This upgrade investment also clearly establishes us as the value leader in robust, enterprise-class VPS services,” said ServInt founder and CEO Reed Caldwell. “This upgrade was a major undertaking, involving the upgrade of hundreds of servers and the addition of many dozens more. But, it is critical that we maintain our current pricing, especially as existing and prospective customers work through these challenging economic times.”

The upgraded VPS services are available now to new customers. Upgrades were automatically performed today for all existing ServInt VPS customers. ServInt has always included current clients in all system upgrades for its VPS product lines. This is the fourth major resource upgrade that ServInt’s VPS clients have seen in less than three years, and it is by far the largest upgrade that has been performed.

Each service in ServInt’s VPS line has always utilized premium hosting-class hardware, providing a powerful replacement for the traditional dedicated server. Each VPS service offers customers increased redundancy while providing the same computing performance of a traditional dedicated server. Each VPS service offers significant cost savings and benefits not typically found with most dedicated services, including free backups, managed services and extremely easy upgrade paths.

New VPS Service Specifications

  • ServInt’s Essential VPS service, priced at $49 per month, now features 768 MB of guaranteed RAM, 1.5 GB of burst RAM, 30 GB disk space and 1 TB bandwidth.
  • ServInt’s Signature VPS service, priced at $89 per month, now features 1.5 GB of guaranteed RAM, 3 GB of burst RAM, 45 GB disk space and 1.5 TB bandwidth.
  • ServInt’s Ultimate VPS service, priced at $129 per month, now features 2 GB of guaranteed RAM, 4 GB of burst RAM, 60 GB disk space and 2 TB bandwidth.
  • ServInt’s SuperVPS service, priced at $199 per month, now features 4 GB of guaranteed RAM, 8 GB of burst RAM, 75 GB disk space and 3 TB bandwidth.

Those interested in learning more about ServInt’s enhanced VPS web-hosting services can call 1-800-573-7846 or visit www.servint.net.

About ServInt

ServInt is a pioneering provider of high-reliability, managed cloud hosting services for enterprises worldwide. Founded in Northern Virginia in 1995, ServInt provides a range of IaaS, PaaS, VPS and dedicated server packages to hosting service resellers, web designers, developers and online businesses in more than 130 countries. To learn more about ServInt’s cloud, VPS and dedicated hosting solutions, please call 1-800-573-7846 from the USA, +1-703-847-1381 from outside the USA or visit www.servint.net.

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