Web Host JetServer Chooses IaaS Provider NovoServe for Dedicated Server Hosting

February 1, 2019
Web Host JetServer Chooses IaaS Provider NovoServe for Dedicated Server Hosting
Web host JetServer has chosen international Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider NovoServe to host its dedicated servers. JetServer, which was established in 2006, is based in Israel. Alongside dedicated hosting the company offers a full suite of web hosting products and services including shared, reseller, and Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting. It has “a great deal of Magento clients” and also offers reseller options, domain name registration services, and online security services. NovoServe was chosen because of its European location.

NovoServe, which has headquarters in Doetinchem, Gelderland, Netherlands, was established in 2015. The venture capital funded company offers a broad range of services including Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) based hosting, dedicated servers, virtual servers and data center services. The company has data centers in eastern Netherlands and Frankfurt, Germany, giving it a solid European footprint. Aside from location, key factors in JetServer choosing NovoServe included its ability to offer “extensive custom-engineering for its dedicated servers were decisive IaaS hosting infrastructure”.

“The exact data center location in Europe is not relevant for our dedicated servers, whether it is in Holland, Germany, or France, as long as the network latency throughout Europe is low and the available bandwidth is high,” explained JetServer’s CEO, Eli Alum. “With NovoServe we can expand our network worldwide. We have tested the qualities of their network backbone and it turned out to add solid and redundant network power to our customers. We are able to replicate our entire Israeli data center network design to Europe and by doing that keep our high level of service worldwide.”

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