Web Hosting Solutions Explained…With Pizza?

The HostDime Tutorial…with pizza.

VIDEO – Global hostingprovider HostDime has found a very special way of explaining the different types of hosting products in the HostDime portfolio to its customers. Solutions like web hosting, VPS, reseller hosting and dedicated servers, they are all explained by…just 4 pizza’s.

The HostDime video features Vikki Fraser, Director of Marketing for HostDime, who cuts the four pizza’s in slices. Well, except from the dedicated pizza…uh, we mean server.

Hosting Journalist is convinced that the HostDime tutorial caters to the insatiable ‘stereotypical’ appetite of nerds for pizza’s. We’re not sure if it will encourage them to order one of the hosting solutions explained, or a fresh baked pizza from the pizza provider around the corner. We do like this marketing initiative however, especially the little piece of drama in the video starring some hungry HostDime engineers.

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HostDime.com, Inc. is a privately owned hosting provider offering managed services including web hosting, Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting, dedicated servers, reseller hosting and co-location. HostDime.com, Inc. was founded in 2001 and has over 250 employees in seven countries. The company is headquartered in Orlando, Florida, with branches and data center presence in UK, India, Brasil, Colombia, Israel and Mexico.

Presently ranked among the largest hosting providers in the world, HostDime.com, Inc. hosts over 2,000,000 domain names. The company owns a data center in Orlando, Florida and has a network that is 100% powered by Cisco routers and switches. The hosting network utilizes star topology consisting of two Cisco Catalyst 6500 core routers with distribution handled by Cisco 3750 and access by 2950 switches. This results in a load balanced network with no single point of failure.