SAN DIEGO — M5 Hosting, a worldwide leader in customized, high performance Linux and BSD dedicated server hosting solutions, announced today it is boosting all customer data transfer allocations by up to 500 percent, a major upgrade designed to ensure customers have the resources they need to grow and prosper online.
The upgrades universally apply to all customers under existing dedicated servers and colocation agreements with 250GB or 350GB per month data transfer. Service plans that previously offered 250GB per month of transfer now enjoy 1.5TB per month of transfer, and service plans that previously offered 350GB per month of transfer now include 2TB per month of transfer. All new service plans include at least 1.5TB per month of data transfer.
“As a result of major upgrades to our network and new agreements with network carriers, we are able to offer substantially more data transfer to our customers for the same price. These upgrades are effective immediately, and come at absolutely no charge and no decrease in quality,” said Michael J. McCafferty, CEO of M5 Hosting. “We understand that in these economic times, many our customers need to do more with less – not the same with less, not less with less, but more with less.”
M5 Hosting maintains a high-performance, route optimized network. The network features redundant carrier class Cisco 6509 routers with the powerful SUP720-3BXL engines and maximum memory to handle the full and ever-expanding global route table. Like all multi-homed provider networks, M5 Hosting utilizes BGP for fault-tolerant routing over multiple Internet connections. The network also utilizes multiple Gigabit connections to Tier-1 carriers and direct peering with over 100 other networks.
Earlier this year, M5 Hosting began operations in its second data center facility, an 80,000 square-foot purpose-built data center located in the San Diego Spectrum area of San Diego, California. Originally built to support a large defense contractor and its government contracts, the facility has recently been updated with the latest in highly-efficient power and cooling systems. M5 Hosting also introduced a data backup service, powered by R1Soft.
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