Host Color LLC’s (Host Color’s) European arm, Host Color Europe
(HCE) has announced the launch of additional dedicated hosting options. Host Color’s main data center is based in South Bend, Indiana, United States, and the company operates a “fully redundant network connected to multiple carriers” which include Level 3, Cogent, Hurricane Electric, and Retn.net. HCE has 22 data centers across Europe through which it offers a range of services alongside dedicated servers. The ISO27001, ISO9001, ISO 5001, ISO 14001, and OHAS 18001-certified company also offers more traditional web hosting, cloud servers, business apps, managed and virtualized servers, and “fault-tolerant storage”. Its new dedicated server options offer NMVe/PCI-Express solid-state drives to “all dedicated servers provisioned in the UK” alongside 10-gigabit connectivity, and CPU, RAM, and storage upgrades.
HCE’s cloud-ready dedicated servers based on quad-core Intel Xeon E3-1240v5 or E3-1240v6 CPUs feature 32 GB RAM, 2x 240GB SSD, and 100 Mbps bandwidth allowance, burstable to 1-gigabit internet connection. An optional upgrade to a 10-gigabit network is also available. Customers that choose HCE’s data centers in London, United Kingdom, or Amsterdam, The Netherlands as the location for their servers can upgrade their Internet connections from 1 gigabit to 10 gigabits “at a reasonable service fee”. Both centers also offer 1 unmetered bandwidth as a network connectivity service. The company’s quad-core dedicated servers can be upgraded to 64 GB RAM. Other customization options include the choice between HDD, SSD, or M.2 NVMe storage.
“I’m glad to announce that HCE has begun provisioning high-bandwidth, high-performance bare-metal dedicated servers in London and Amsterdam,” explained Dimitar Avramov, the CEO of HCE. “In both locations, we offer server configurations that feature, 4 to 28 CPU cores, 32 GB to 256 GB RAM, and a choice of enterprise SATA, SSD, or NMVe storage. Our clients can choose from various internet connectivity options – from 100 Mbps bandwidth allowance on 1-gigabit internet connection, through a full 1-gigabit unmetered network to 10-gigabit connectivity with specific bandwidth or data transfer allowance”. Do you know of any other companies offering new dedicated options? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.