Dedicated server hosting company 100TB, part of UK2 Group, now offers Volume Network services at the company’s London and Salt Lake City data centers. Aimed at high bandwidth users with multi-server infrastructures, the service would offer businesses a “cost effective” way to get high performance 1Gbit servers online.
100TB‘s Volume Network would utilize premium 100 percent Cisco networking equipment and retain N+1 redundancy across the entire network stack, thereby answering a key concern for many businesses. Network redundancy serves as a backup mechanism for quickly swapping network operations to alternative hardware in the event of a failure. The substitute path instantly takes over operations, ensuring improved business continuity.
“We have invested significantly to offer our customers better hosting performance, and we are now working to build on that foundation and provide more cost-effective options which don’t compromise on performance,” said John Morris, COO for UK2 Group. “Our new Volume Network service meets the needs of customers looking for a superior network with high-bandwidth, without paying for superfluous capacity and performance.”
100TB’s Volume Network has the following features:
- Over 1Tbps network capacity
- Two redundant Tier 1 bandwidth providers
- 100TB or unmetered outbound traffic
- Unmetered inbound traffic
- Native IPv6 network design
Volume Network servers are available immediately in 100TB’s London and Salt Lake City data centers.