Web Host InMotion Hosting Launches SSD-driven Shared Hosting Services

July 12, 2014
Web Host InMotion Hosting Launches SSD-driven Shared Hosting Services
Web host InMotion Hosting has launched SSD-driven shared hosting services. The Los Angeles-based company was established in 2001 and offers a range of services. It has facilities on the west coast of the USA (Los Angeles) and the east coast (Virginia Beach). Alongside shared hosting the company offers Virtual Private Servers (VPS) and reseller and dedicated hosting. It caters to individuals and businesses of all sizes.

The company's upgraded shared web hosting now offers "the best technology in shared hosting". Solid-state Drives, or SSDs, are substantially faster than the "magnetic" drives that are more traditionally used in shared hosting. The upgraded drives are being offered free of charge and come alongside unlimited websites (for the company's Business-Class Pro customers), Secure Shell Access (SSH), and "a slew of new tools for developers". The service is underpinned by a Service-Level Agreement (SLA) that guarantees website uptime.

InMotion Hosting's shared hosting now also offers PostgreSQL and Ruby support and "Better Linux", a "faster, more reliable server operating system". The company's shared options now also integrate with Google Gmail and Google Apps.

"We're tremendously excited about the new features of our shared hosting," explained InMotion Hosting's CEO, Todd Robinson. "Hardware upgrades like SSDs make our web servers among the fastest you can host on anywhere, and we provide them free to our customers. Plus, all the tools and features we offer make our platform unparalleled for web developers. So, whether you're a blogger looking to take your site to the next level, or a web business wanting to drive heavy traffic, our new features deliver what you need at the best prices in the industry."

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