Uplinkearth Unveils Custom Dedicated Servers

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uplinkearth announced today that it is now offering fully customizable dedicated servers, and it is continuing its partnership with Dell to be its exclusive hardware provider.

uplinkearth (http://www.uplinkearth.com), a global award-winning Windows web hosting provider hosting over 40 thousand domain names, announced today that it is now offering fully-customizable dedicated servers, and that all plans include its award-winning technical support services.

Dedicated servers from uplinkearth will be located in the company’s Somerset, New Jersey datacenter, and will be fully customizable, including hardware configurations, software licenses, and datacenter resource allotments.

“We are taking a unique approach in providing dedicated servers,” said Mike Yablonowitz, uplinkearth President and CEO. “We’re enabling our customers to order exactly what they want -- the plans on our website are only suggestions. It’s important to realize that every company has different needs, and there’s no ‘one size fits all’ solution.”

Dedicated server plans start at $99 a month, and utilize genuine Dell hardware. The company’s servers are connected to a Tier-1 network powered by Cisco routers and switches.

“It became apparent a long time ago that we’re only going to be successful as a company if we provide our customers with the absolute best support, and the best hardware,” said Yablonowitz. “It’s a model that has worked very well for our virtual hosting customers, and we are applying the same logic to our new dedicated server solutions.”

Technical support for dedicated servers is offered 24 hours a day. Phone technical support is also available.

For more information about uplinkearth’s dedicated servers, visit http://dedicated.uplinkearth.com.

For more information about uplinkearth, visit http://www.uplinkearth.com

About uplinkearth

Uplinkearth (http://www.uplinkearth.com), a New Jersey based web solutions provider, has been in the web hosting industry since 1997, and has remained a leader in the Windows web hosting sector. In August 2005, the company purchased Canadian based Nevidia Internet Solutions, increasing its market share by roughly 20 percent.


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