Managed hosting and digital commerce cloud services provider, Liquid Web, has unveiled their upgraded Dedicated Intel Xeon 6226R dedicated servers. These new dedicated servers are equipped with advanced Intel Xeon Scalable technology.
This new offering would provide customers with a vital performance for high workloads, such as large databases and databases with a high query load.
The Intel Xeon Gold 6226R is available at launch in single or dual configurations in Liquid Web’s Lansing, Phoenix, and Amsterdam data centers.
“We are excited to be able to offer this new processor. The Intel Xeon 6226R gives customers a major boost in overall performance with a market competitive price point,” said Melanie Purkis, Director of Managed Hosting, Liquid Web. “Available in both single and dual processor configurations, this new technology will be a tremendous benefit for customers who need consistent and powerful processing. Databases will enjoy a marked improvement over previous Intel servers, with the bonus of double the cache, scalability, and a CPU performance that is nearly 2.5x that of the processors we offered in the past. We’ve already seen great demand from our customers who need this performance and stability for their mission-critical sites, applications, and databases.”
VMware Private Cloud
The Intel Xeon 6226R is also the backbone of Liquid Web’s Managed Dedicated VMware Private Cloud. This private cloud solution launched in 2019 and provides enterprise-level features and functionality to SMBs.
With more than 500,000+ websites under management, the Liquid Web family of brands serves over 45,000 customers spanning 150 countries. This family of brands consists of four companies including Liquid Web, Nexcess, iThemes, and InterWorx.