Future Hosting, a VPS hosting and dedicated server provider headquartered in Southfield, Michigan, has launched Pure SSD Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting plans based in London. The 100% SSD-powered VPS Hosting plans would increase the performance of I/O dependent operations, including file retrieval and database reads and writes.
Pure SSD virtual private server plans from Future Hosting have been available in US locations for some time. By introducing new SSD VPS hosting plans in its London data center, the company is meeting the needs of clients who require low-latency access to users in European markets.
Future Hosting’s managed Pure SSD VPS hosting plans include CentOS 6 with Plesk or cPanel, full root access, and optional Future Protect backups. Their VPS nodes are based on enterprise-grade servers equipped with Dual Intel Xeon processors and between 32GB and 64GB of RAM.
Server management program
“Our aim is to build an international managed virtual private server hosting platform without compromises,” said Maulesh Patel, VP of Sales of Future Hosting. “The performance benefits of solid state technology help us to provide clients with virtual private servers offering unparalleled performance and reliability. ”
SSD VPS Hosting clients have the option of using Future Hosting’s Future Engineer proactive management service, which offers monitoring of key services including the web server, mail servers, and FTP servers. Future Engineer is a comprehensive server management program that allows businesses to concentrate on building and running their site, not their server.
Future Engineer clients can also take advantage of free migrations from Plesk or cPanel servers to the company’s Pure SSD virtual private server hosting plans.