September 11, 2006 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Web hosting provider LFC Hosting (http://www.lfchosting.com) is offering leading-edge bandwidth infrastructure by increasing capacity 3000% from 30 Mbps to 1,000 Mbps, the company announced recently. According to the company, the upgrade will provide customers with a faster, more reliable and scalable service.
"Since its inception, our mission has been to provide an extremely high-quality reasonably-priced hosting service that includes everything a small business needs to leverage the Internet with unsurpassed support and packaged through a consolidated business-friendly system, giving our clients the distinct advantage over their competition online. This is why, unlike many other web hosts, we are consistently upgrading and improving our infrastructure," suggested LFC President Mr. Robert Sauchyn.
Not only is capacity significantly expanded, but LFC is now offering redundant connectivity to three Tier 1 providers including Big Pipe, Rogers Telecom and New Global Telecom, added Andrew MacCorquodale, LFCs Vice President. Upstream provider redundancy substantially increases reliability by eliminating downtime in the event that up to two of the three providers become temporarily unavailable.
Established in 1996, LFC Hosting offers a flat rate service that includes everything businesses need to develop, deploy, and manage an aggressive, profitable, enterprise-level presence on the Internet.