Colocation and Dedicated Hosting Services Provider Host Color Upgrades Colocation Plans
March 15, 2014
Colocation and dedicated hosting services provider Host Color has upgraded its rack-mount colocation plans. The company, which has headquarters in South Bend, Indiana, has increased customers’ bandwidth limits for those that colocate 1U, 2U, 3U or 4U rack servers. Customers can now use 10 Mbps bandwidth per month, up 40% on the previous 6.17 Mbps limit per month. Host Color has also modified bandwidth usage and billing options and removed the 2000 GB at a 100 Mbps ports limit on 1U Colocation plans.
Once the upgrade is complete 1U, 2U, 3U and 4U Colocation plan users will benefit from 10 Mbps bandwidth allowance at 1-gigabit physical ports. In addition, customers can benefit from free burstable billing options and choose whether to burst up to 1000 Mbps for up to 36 hours on a monthly basis. Customers can also apply 10 mbps or 100 mbps logical port restrictions to avoid additional monthly charges for bandwidth overuse. Host Color has also removed all Internet traffic peaks from overage bandwidth bills - the company charges for data transfer used based on average monthly consumption.
HostColor.com was established in 2000. The company ensures low round trip delays (RTT) to any point in North America and Europe through its strategic Midwest data center location and the quality of its Internet network – the company operates a data center in South Bend, Indiana. The company has a European subsidiary, Host Color Europe, and delivers colocation and dedicated hosting services using APC cabinets and power distribution units (PDU) alongside Juniper networking equipment.