IaaS Hosting Company 3W Infra Announces New Dedicated Server Options for Smaller Businesses and Managed Cloud Companies
August 29, 2017
ISO 27001 and PCI-DSS certified Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) hosting company 3W Infra B.V. (3W Infra) has announced new dedicated server options for smaller businesses and managed cloud companies. A Dutch provider with headquarters in Amsterdam, Netherlands, 3W Infra was founded in 2014. The company tailors its products to the “specific needs of each customer” and its range of services extend to dedicated servers and collocation services through its Amsterdam-based data center. Its new dedicated server options leverage Dell PowerEdge R230 hardware.
3W Infra’s new ‘entry-level servers’ are ideal for “low-traffic websites”, cloud storage and virtualization development, and smaller web and email applications. The new packages replace its previous 'entry-level’ server options that harnessed the Dell R220. The plans also come with a wealth of features including an 1x Intel E3-1240 v5 4-Core CPU and up to 64 GB DDR4 RAM alongside a Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC8 Enterprise) and Software RAID. They also offer up to four SATA/SSD HDD disks and up to 20Gbps dedicated uplink to 3W Infra’s high bandwidth (160Gbps) global network, which the company suggests, meets the needs of “the most demanding 3W Infra customers including streaming media companies and online gaming providers”.
“This new type of server provides significantly enhanced cost-efficiency and availability as well as highly expanded storage capacity compared to the previous hardware version,” explained 3W Infra’s Managing Director, Roy Premchand. “That’s why 3W Infra again opted for Dell PowerEdge to power this entry-level dedicated server package,” “Thanks to its dense form factor, this dedicated server plan – a highly efficient, entry-level IaaS hosting solution - is also a good fit for companies in the managed hosting space where a dense form factor implies lower costs.”