Canadian Web Hosting Announces Fully Customizable Dedicated Servers

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Canadian Web Hosting, a provider of web hosting, cloud hosting and infrastructure services in Canada, has announced a performance upgrade initiative for their dedicated servers available in their Toronto, ON and Vancouver, BC datacenters. With these new upgrades, Canadian Web Hosting would now offer both rapid deployment and fully customizable dedicated servers with more RAM per server.

Enterprise-ready servers start with 32GB of RAM and include flexible storage options, 100% enterprise-grade Intel SSD hard drives and upgrades to the latest generation of Intel processors. This gives customers more cores, more RAM and faster hard drives that would improve performance, server speed, throughput and reliability. With these upgrades, customers would get high compute performance, more RAM for modern day applications and customizable and scalable options.

data center canadian web hostingThese new dedicated server packages feature virtualized and private cloud environments using industry-leading technologies from VMware, Hyper-V, SolusVM or Proxmox. Every plan would include the performance, security and control customers have come to expect from Canadian Web Hosting, and as well as 24/7 customer support and strict adherence to client’s corporate governance and compliancy requirements. For over five years, Canadian Web Hosting’s enterprise-grade data center and redundant infrastructure have surpassed the standards of SSAE 16 and ISO compliancy.

“With Canadian Web Hosting, every business and developer can experience world-class hosting with cutting-edge technologies and support,” said Matt McKinney, Chief Strategy Officer at Canadian Web Hosting. “From the moment customers sign up with Canadian Web Hosting, they will experience how our company is always willing to take the extra step for each and every customer. We provide complimentary infrastructure and design consultation, cloud and hardware engineers and the full understanding that they have an infrastructure partner that understands how to deliver the hosting services they need.”