Datarealm, a hosting company founded by three University of Pennsylvania students back in 1995, has announced a comprehensive upgrade to its server hardware. The company’s dedicated servers would now offer better value for money with new high-performance CPUs and generous memory and storage allocations.
The upgrades bring new processor tiers to the Datarealm lineup with the introduction of the Intel Core i3 and Xeon E5-1620 CPU series to complement the existing Xeon E3 and Xeon E5-2620 dedicated server hosting plans.
The new Core i3 dedicated server plans include 8GB of RAM, 1TB of storage, and 6TB of traffic. The powerful Xeon E5–1620-based tier is equipped with 8GB of RAM, 1TB of storage, and 10TB of traffic. Datarealm dedicated server clients can choose between hard drives and SSD storage when ordering.
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“The requirements of our clients are constantly evolving with the introduction of new technologies and changing expectations,” said Andrew Auderieth, CEO of Datareal. “Our most recent dedicated server upgrades provide the power and stability that our most demanding clients need to keep up with a constantly changing landscape.”
All dedicated server plans can be customized to meet the specific needs of clients: Datarealm specializes in complex hosting scenarios and can provide load-balancers, hardware firewalls, multiple drives, and expanded RAM on request.
Housed in the company’s data centers in Arizona, these dedicated servers would benefit from redundant, power, cooling, and a multi-homed blend of Tier-1 bandwidth providers for high bandwidth stability.
Datarealm’s previous generation of servers is now available from the company’s server overstock page.