May 14th, 2014
(Los Angeles, California) - Virtualization hosting company SolVPS
) today announced the public launch of its Windows VPS hosting
service. SolVPS will deploy Windows servers for new customers in its USA and UK data centres, beginning immediately.
SolVPS has developed a unique VPS hosting service, based on a streamlined technology platform built to support the automatic deployment and maintenance of Windows VPS instances. The company’s goals are to deliver exceptional server performance from world-class datacenters, while maintaining a low cost monthly usage for end-users. SolVPS offers services to both enterprise and individual users, with a scalable service model designed to accommodate projects in all stages of production.
Streamlining Windows VPS hosting is a primary goal of SolVPS’s VM deployment platform, which allows customers to easily outfit VPS servers for any application, from basic to large-scale needs, using a web interface. Initially, the service will be available for deployment in data center facilities in New York City, USA, as well as London, UK. With geographically diverse locations available, SolVPS hopes to appeal to organizations serving worldwide user bases.
Though SolVPS’s Windows VPS
systems are deployed “in the cloud,” and provided to customers in an advertised 5 minutes or less, virtual servers are based on enterprise server models including fully-redundant HP ProLiant® servers. SolVPS has chosen to work with renowned data center providers, as well as hardware manufacturers HP (www.hp.com
) and Intel (www.intel.com
), to its automated VPS hosting platform.
For more information about Windows VPS hosting services offered by SolVPS, visit: https://www.solvps.com/ About SolVPS
SolVPS delivers virtualized Windows® hosting solutions to users around the world. SolVPS’s worldwide presence, encompassing server locations in the USA and Europe, affords end-users and businesses streamlined, high-performance Windows VPS hosting for services, applications, and private networks. SolVPS is an imprint of Gaiacom, L.C., a private IT firm based in the United States.
[via SolVPS Blog