TurnKey Internet, a U.S. hosting provider with data centers located in New York and California and customers in more than 150 countries, has launched its new ‘PRO Series’ dedicated server product line. The new PRO Series dedicated servers from TurnKey Internet are powered by “enterprise-grade” Dell PowerEdge R630 servers.
The new servers would provide workload optimized performance, improved hardware security while featuring the latest, highest performance hardware TurnKey has ever offered.
TurnKey Internet’s new dedicated servers powered by Dell PowerEdge R630 servers contain the latest Intel Xeon E5 v3 & v4 processors, and feature 8 to 22-core CPU options. Each server can be customized to feature a single or dual processor configuration, with a maximum total of 44 physical CPU cores and 88 Hyper-Threading cores.
TurnKey’s PRO Series servers come standard with high performance DDR4 Memory, which can be configured to up to 768 GB, and ultra-fast SSD drives, making them “more than four times faster than previous models.” For added performance and reliability, TurnKey also equipped all their PRO Series dedicated servers with Dell RAID card controllers.
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“Our client’s increasing computer work load demands from AI, Big Data, and machine learning have outpaced the needs of typical cloud deployments,” said Adam Wills, CEO of TurnKey Internet. “Our PRO Series Bare Metal Dedicated Servers utilizing the latest Intel Xeon E5 chips combined with DDR4 Memory offer substantially superior performance to cloud environments.”
The PRO Series servers are housed in TurnKey Internet’s company owned SSAE-18 certified New York data center, which is staffed 24/7/365 with “highly trained” engineers. Each server is directly connected to a dedicated gigabit network port featuring Tier-1 bandwidth powered by TurnKey Internet’s redundantly designed BGP4 Internet backbone.