1&1 Launches a New Generation of Cloud Servers to U.S. Market

1&1 Internet Inc., a subsidiary of United Internet, a public company with a market cap of more than $8 billion, has announced the launch of its new 1&1 Cloud Server line in the United States. Deployed within 55 seconds of configuration, professional cloud server users can take control of the hardware and software infrastructure in real time.

The “intuitive and user-friendly” dashboard enables users to activate and manage their cloud servers, storage systems and connectivity solutions such as firewalls, load balancers and backup.

1&1-internetAs projects evolve and resource demands change, adjustments to the configuration can be made with just one click. 1&1 Cloud Server also incorporates the latest technologies, like SSD storage, by default through a Storage Area Network (SAN) “guaranteeing greater reliability and better performance for projects and hosted data.”

Also available, application templates for WordPress, Drupal and Magento can be preinstalled to simplify and accelerate the launch of new hosting projects.

“Many small- and medium-sized businesses consider Cloud solutions but, until now, a cloud service was not available that met their expectations for security, flexibility and usability,” said Robert Hoffmann, CEO 1&1 Internet Inc. “Addressing the needs of SMBs, 1&1’s Cloud Server is an easy and simple Cloud solution with outstanding performance. Besides our extensive feature set, we also deliver a very affordable entry price.” 

1&1 Cloud Server Packages at a Glance

magento-hostingThe 1&1 Cloud Server Flex would offer a flexible package for SMBs that need specific use cases, for example seasonal businesses, which require a high demand of a certain resource.

Those looking for a solution with fixed resources might want to consider one of the four pre-configured 1&1 Cloud Server packages. With a lower entry price and settings established for immediate use, customers are able to choose from different package sizes (M – XXL) which range in RAM, vCores, and storage space.

For those unsure of which cloud hosting option is ideal for their individual needs, below is a rough guide to help make the best decision: 

  • 1&1 Cloud Server Medium – Testing and small projects.
  • 1&1 Cloud Server Large – Small- and medium-sized websites.
  • 1&1 Cloud Server X Large – Online shops and database applications.
  • 1&1 Cloud Server XX Large – Extensive and challenging projects.

“1&1 approached us to help evaluate their new 1&1 Cloud Server as it goes to market,” said Danny Gee, Senior Analyst at Cloud Spectator. “We found the new offering to be very competitive from both a performance and price-performance standpoint. 1&1 was able to consistently provide higher CPU and disk speeds for the server configurations we tested. 1&1 delivers high-performance and is capable of competing with the major players worldwide.”