Web Hosting Company EasySpeedy Upgrades Dedicated Servers

September 8, 2005 - (HOSTSEARCH.COM) - European web hosting company EasySpeedy today announced the launch of 4 new powerful servers based on AMD64 and Opteron processors targeted at medium enterprises. All servers come with the company's advanced Remote Recovery and Maintenance system which ensures a maximum of uptime.

Recent surveys show that the marked for high-end Linux and BSD servers is increasing and the need of fast 64bit technology running on powerful hardware is no longer a nice-to-have, but a must-have. However, to such solutions uptime is crucial, and vendors must acknowledge the demands of redundancy, and thereby prevent single point of failures.

"I see our future position in the market as severely strengthen", says Peter L-Svendsen, Co-founder and Managing Director of EasySpeedy with rock solid 10 years of experience in the hosting industry. "High-end servers at affordable
prices, do-it-your-self Remote Recovery of operating systems and hardware, and a fully redundant network is what customers have on their wish list, and this is exactly what we offer", he emphasises.

Even though prices are as low as EUR 139 (approx. USD 155) per month there is no flavour of discount. The dedicated servers offered are equipped with lightning fast AMD64 3200+ or dual AMD Opteron processors, lots of RAM and 250 GB SATA hard disks. The offerings include 6 different Linux/BSD operating systems in 16 versions. All servers are located in our Suntone (tm) certified data centre in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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