WiredTree, a provider of managed dedicated server hosting, has announced the introduction of new dedicated server packages. WiredTree’s ‘Performance Series’ dedicated servers are based on Intel Xeon E3v5 processors and include increased memory and bandwidth allocations.
These ‘Performance Series’ dedicated servers are based on Intel Xeon E3-1230v5 or Intel Xeon E3-1270v5 processors. Each dedicated server’s default configuration includes 16GB of DDR4 ECC RAM – a doubling of the previous standard RAM allocation at no additional cost.
Default SSD storage volumes have also been doubled to 240GB. The default configurations are fully customizable; users can add additional RAM up to 128GB and additional storage when they purchase a WiredTree dedicated server plan.
WiredTree’s most powerful dedicated servers have also been upgraded. The Maximum CPU Series, a range of Intel Xeon E5 servers, now include 32GB of DDR4 ECC RAM and 240GB of SSD storage – also doubling previous allocations.
“As any WiredTree client will tell you, we do regular upgrades of our server hardware and infrastructure while keeping prices low,” said Zac Cogswell, President of WiredTree, ”Server technology is constantly evolving and we evolve with it to ensure that our clients always have access to the best enterprise-grade hardware on the market.”
WiredTree dedicated servers incorporate a comprehensive range of management services and enhanced functionality. All dedicated server hosting clients would benefit from the company’s 24/7 proactive server monitoring. WiredTree‘s ‘ServerShield’ server-hardening service includes a firewall and brute-force protection, on-request malware scanning, spam prevention, and operating system hardening.