August 31, 2007 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Web hosting provider UK2.net has broken the 10000GB bandwidth barrier, the company announced yesterday. The achievement comes as a result in a massive increase in the amount of monthly data transfer provided by the companys dedicated servers.
This massive increase in allowance is available to both new and existing customers, who will now benefit from 10000GB monthly data transfer with 100MB connectivity. New customers will get this as standard and existing customers previously on the 2000GB option have already been automatically upgraded. This means that customers will get 5 times more bandwidth.
Ditlev Bredahl, CEO UK2.net, has expressed his concern about companys that offer Unlimited Bandwidth. Nothing is ever unlimited, so customers should read the small print. You could be subject to dodgy fair usage policies, capping, or be part of an oversold network that would limit your transfer rates significantly with low pings and latency
UK2 is one of Britains biggest web hosting companies and offers a range of domain name registration, web hosting, ecommerce and dedicated server solutions. The company offers a state-of-the-art network infrastructure and experienced 100% uptime in 2007. Commenting on their current move, Ditlev Bredahl suggested, I am extremely excited by our bold move and am very interested to see how the market reacts and evolves.