Based in Pune, India, MilesWeb comes up with a new range of low cost dedicated server packages for the Indian web hosting market. The hosting provider claims the new dedicated server offerings to be an ideal solution for users who have outgrown their shared or virtualized environment and need dedicated hosting services at an affordable cost.
The i3-540 and i3 2100 dedicated server solutions of MilesWeb have an Intel Dual Core i3-540 processor with 4 GB RAM and 1 x 500 GB SATA HDD, whereas the X3430 low cost dedicated server solution has an Intel Quad Core Xeon processor with 4 GB RAM and 2 x 500 GB SATA HDD with RAID 1.
“These low cost servers will ensure that a website/application does not have to use a shared or a virtualized environment anymore, which can allow much more flexibility and great return on investment,” Neha Khanna, Business Head of Milesweb said in a statement. “All these servers will be managed and monitored 24×7 by our team of experts to ensure quality service and support. By introducing this new range of low cost dedicated servers, our main target is on customers who have outgrown their shared and virtualized environment.”
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Milesweb says the i3-540 dedicated server comes at Rs 9500 a month, the i3 2100 dedicated server will be Rs 10,500 a month and the X3430 product rates at RS 12500 per month.
Based in India, hosting provider MilesWeb is offering tailor-made hosting solutions to all types of small/medium/enterprise businesses, individuals and webmasters. The company offers a range of cheap & affordable shared hosting, reseller hosting, VPS hosting, dedicated server hosting, SSL certificates and domain name registration services with 24×7 customer service and support.
MilesWeb offers its web hosting services across three TIER-III and TIER-IV data centers in India, in Mumbai, Noida and Hyderabad.
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