eUKhost Launches New Line of Fully Managed Dedicated Servers

eUKhost Ltd., a UK provider of web hosting solutions since 2001, has launched an entirely new line of fully managed dedicated servers featuring Intel Xeon processors for optimum performance and reliability.

dedicated-servers-eukhosteUKhost’s dedicated servers use the newer-generation of Intel Xeon and Intel Core processors that deliver highly energy-efficient performance. The server hardware is from Dell, HP and SuperMicro. The dedicated server plans would be able to handle high-volume traffic, with up to 10,000 GB of bandwidth available. If clients need even more bandwidth, they can customize their servers with a 10Mbps, 100Mbps o 1Gbps unmetered network port.

The new dedicated server plans are fully managed. From server configuration, software installation to resolving complex server problems, there is nothing extra to pay. “At eUKhost, we are committed to offering the best value to our customers without compromising on the quality of our technology and services,” said Robert King, Managing Director, eUKhost. “At lower than ever price points, our great new range of dedicated servers offer unprecedented value to our customers.”

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Alongside the introduction of eUKhost’s new range of dedicated servers saw the release of the company’s all new community forum and blog with a fresh, clean new design and user interface. eUKhost’s blog includes daily articles direct from the eUKhost team on industry and web hosting news, web development tutorials, marketing and search engine optimization and much more.

On the forum, eUKhost customers have an area of the eUKhost website to chat informally with other customers and company staff – a place where customers can also get help on website and web development issues from others.

With over 35,000 customers worldwide, eUKhost serves over two million websites across two UK data centers, in Maidenhead and Milton Keynes. The company offers solutions like dedicated servers, virtual servers, cloud servers and shared hosting.