SingleHop, a provider of on-demand hosted private clouds and managed hosting, has rolled out a new hardware node configuration for the company’s hosted private cloud solutions across all of SingleHop’s global data centers. The upgrades include a new dual CPU configuration, powered by the Intel Xeon Processor E5-2630 v3.
This new standard for SingleHop’s hosted private cloud offerings would lower the overall cost per virtual machine (VM) while increasing server density to drive improved performance and reduced operating and maintenance costs for customers.
The upgrade closely follows the launch of SingleHop’s new $30 million, Tier IV data center facility in Chicago and illustrates SingleHop’s ongoing commitment to the delivery of a high-performance private cloud experience for its customers.
Private cloud node improvements include:
- An increase in total core capacity per dual CPU processor from 24 cores to 32 cores in virtual environments.
- An increase from 2.10 GHz and 15M Cache to 2.40GHz and 20M Cache.
- A significant increase in CPU power “of over 42%”.
“Everything we do as a company is aimed at providing our customers with the best solution to meet their business needs and the fastest possible time to marketa,” said Jordan Jacobs, vice president of products, SingleHop. “With private cloud solutions being our fastest growing offering, we are committed to investing in our architecture so that our solution always provides the efficiency, agility and control our customers expect.”
As a managed hosting and private cloud provider, SingleHop serves more than 5,500 customers in more than 140 countries with data centers across the United States and Europe.