Easyspace's custom-built server range offers up to 300GB RAM and enhanced SLAs
Leading UK web hosting and domain name company Easyspace has upgraded its range of dedicated servers to meet the enhanced needs of modern business.
The new Easyspace Dedicated Server Range allows businesses to custom build servers that best suit their requirements by allowing them to select from a drop-down menu of high quality components. Processing, memory, hard drive and operating systems can be chosen to suit individual business needs. The enhanced options available include: Dual, Quad and HEX core processors; up to 300GB RAM; a full choice of HDD & RAID; Linux, Windows or VMware operating systems; and a full range of managed backup options.
Sarah Haran, Managing Director of Easyspace, said: "This upgraded suite of dedicated servers means we can build customised servers to suit any business requirement, from e-commerce, to email services and applications. This, combined with price stability, enhanced SLAs and the reliability of 24/7 support from our own fully-managed data centre infrastructure, means every Easyspace customer will get the dedicated servers they need to support and grow their individual business."
Easyspace is part of iomart Group plc and the upgraded dedicated server range will be housed in the Group's five ISO 27001 and 9001 accredited UK data centres which have a 1 Gigabit per second fibre ring with diverse fibre routing via Tier 1 carriers. The range is also supported by iomart's 100% network and power uptime guarantee and 24/7 technical support.
Prices for Easyspace dedicated servers start from £49.99 per month for the Starter Range which is ideal for hosting, development and VPN services; from £99.99 per month for the Business Range, which is suitable for media processing, development and hosting multiple websites; and from £199.99 per month for the Professional Range of mission critical, scalable dedicated servers, each of which can take up to 8 drive bays, with fast SAS storage and a Hex Xeon range of processors.