Cloud-based Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) company, GAWK (OTC PINK: GAWK), a company located in Los Angeles, has announced the first installations of its new bare metal cloud servers. The servers are similar to traditional dedicated servers but allow for additional processing capabilities on a flexible basis, allowing users to provision equipment for baseline needs with the capability to scale when applications have a spike in processing needs.
GAWK recently announced a customer order of over $1 million that will be fulfilled using these bare metal servers. GAWK’s bare metal cloud servers provide instant provisioning, VPN Access, Unlimited Incoming Bandwidth, and Gawklock Security Hardening. Servers of this capability would be ideal for the higher demand of GAWK’s end-to-end encryption services. The company has now begun testing the servers.
“GAWK is focused on providing reliable services for our clients and using the most efficient technologies is only part of that service,” said Scott Kettle, CEO of GAWK. “Our customizable platforms and services are perfectly suited to servers that can provide expandable power on-demand.”