HostColor.com (HC) announced new Cheap Dedicated Server Hosting
services, delivered from data centers in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia. Unlike most budget dedicated hosting products that cannot be scaled, HC's Bugdet Server hosting line features hardware configurations that can be scaled on storage and bandwidth.
The HC's North American Budget Server line features serer products in Ashburn, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and Seattle in the United States, as well as in Toronto and Vancouver, Canada. In Europe, HC offers low-cost dedicated servers in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Frankfurt, London, Milan, and Vienna. The company's Asian low-cost dedicated servers are delivered from Singapore.
Budget Dedicated hosting services are considered hardware configurations priced below $100 per month. The HC's lowest-cost budget dedicated hosting service features a Los Angeles-based server with an Intel Atom D525 processor with 2 CPU cores and 4 Thrreads, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD, and 30 TB data transfer on 100 Mbps internet bandwidth port.
In Q3 of 2022, HostColor publicly announced two important priorities that apply to its Cloud Server and Dedicated Hosting services - "Localization of the Cloud services" and "Increased bandwidth rate at fixed monthly cost".
According to the HC, one of the major benefits for the SMBs who use bare-metal dedicated servers to deliver private and public services is that they have control over their cloud infrastructure costs.
"One of our business priorities is to help the SMBs to reduce both the fast-growing costs for Cloud infrastructure they face and their growing dependence on the major hyper scalers", says HostColor's CEO Dimitar Avramov. He adds that most small and medium businesses that moved use any of the major cloud providers are plagued by skyrocketing monthly bills for data transfer and intransparent resource usage billing, mostly related to the used storage services.
The company's CEO adds that the smaller and medium Cloud service providers like HostColor have an important mission to raise public awareness about major issues on the Cloud such as the high costs for technical support, increased IT infrastructure management effort, cloud lock-in, and growing data privacy concerns.