Future Hosting, a Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting and dedicated server provider headquartered in Southfield, Michigan, has launched its Pure SSD VPS hosting plans in Australia. The new VPS hosting plans would offer low latency access to Australian and New Zealand markets, as well as Southeast Asia.
The introduction of Pure SSD Virtual Private Servers in Australia is part of Future Hosting’s continuing expansion into new international markets, which has recently seen the introduction of Pure SSD VPS hosting in Chicago and London.
Future Hosting’s Pure SSD Virtual Private Servers include 2,000GB of bandwidth, 20 GB of SSD storage, and 1,536 MB of RAM. The managed VPS hosting plans are based on enterprise-grade servers with Intel Xeon processors running the CentOS 6 Linux distribution with full root access, a choice of Plesk or cPanel, and optional Future Protect backups.
Asia Pacific nations
“Expansion into Australia was the next logical step for Future Hosting,” said Maulesh Patel, VP of Sales of Future Hosting. “Brisbane, Australia provides excellent data center facilities and network infrastructure, particularly to the Asia Pacific nations. By offering Australia-based SSD VPS hosting, we’re providing clients with the ability to deploy sites on the fastest hosting available within close proximity to active and growing economies.”
Future Hosting’s SSD-based Virtual Private Servers offer significant performance advantages over web hosting based on spinning disk technology, particularly for database intensive sites. Faster I/O operations mean that databases can be queried and written to more quickly, and files can be retrieved almost instantaneously.
Founded in 2001, Future Hosting is a privately held Internet solutions provider specializing in managed hosting, including dedicated servers, and (hybrid) virtual private servers.