August 25, 2009 – (HOSTSEARCH.COM) – UK2
, the leading provider of web hosting services in the UK today announced the acquisition of a new data centre in London, United Kingdom.
“We are extremely happy to announce our acquisition of a new data centre” commented UK2 Managing Director Martin Baker. “This is a strategic move for UK2, allowing us to increase investment in data connectivity and ensure we have sufficient capacity for traditional services and our expanding cloud offering VPS.NET”.
UK2 has been a major player in the hosting industry for over a decade now, and currently host thousands of websites and dedicated servers for customers in various countries. UK2 has always prided itself as a market leader, the first to launch innovative products and services such as 10TB monthly traffic on servers, an unrivalled Reseller Plus package and even a super fast SSD system drive as standard. Following in the same trend, they recently launched a new cloud hosting product - VPS.NET which competitively priced from just £20 per month, is comprehensive and comes with everything you’ll need to get your own cloud server up and running in no time.
The newly acquired data centre previously occupied by renowned companies such as AT&T, NTL and Virgin Media, comes fully fitted and is within sight of Canary Wharf. The centre features diverse dark fibre and power suppliers and will be managed all year round by UK2 staff.
With over 6000 virtual servers deployed using UK2’s cloud hosting product VPS.NET in the last 3 months alone, the new data centre space will ensure that UK2 has enough capacity to cope with increasing demand.
Customers can also expect to see a re-launch of some of UK2’s unbeatable server offers.
UK2 is one of the biggest and most innovative web hosting companies in the UK with a comprehensive range of domain name registration, web hosting, e-commerce, reseller, dedicated server and cloud hosting solutions. UK2 specializes in making it easy, cheap, and quick for any consumer, small or large business to have the online presence they need.