Heart Internet Launches Customisable Cloud Virtual Servers

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UK hosting provider Heart Internet has announced the launch of their brand new range of configurable cloud virtual servers, allowing customers to modify a server’s technical specifications based on their individual needs.

Our VPS range has been built around the principles of power, flexibility and control

UK hosting provider Heart Internet has announced the launch of their brand new range of configurable cloud virtual servers, allowing customers to modify a server’s technical specifications based on their individual needs.

Heart Internet is giving customers the option to select from a series of pre-designed VPS templates, or create their own by choosing how much disk space, memory and processing power they require, all of which can be changed at any time. Virtual server prices start from £11.99 per month for an entry level VPS template, and can be configured with up to 12 vCPU, 500GB hard drive and 32GB RAM. Additionally, all the VPS packages come with unlimited bandwidth and a 100Mbit/s connection. Customers can also choose from Plesk or cPanel to manage their VPS, or they can log in directly using full root access.

Heart Internet is also offering their reseller hosting customers the ability to sell customised virtual servers under their own brand, a UK first. As well as the choosing the VPS configuration, resellers can set their own prices and receive an exclusive 25% off the price of a VPS.

“Our VPS range has been built around the principles of power, flexibility and control” said Heart Internet co-director Jonathan Brealey. “Using KVM virtualisation technology, features such as full root access, out of band SSH access and on the fly customisation ensure our customers get access to one of the UKs most advanced VPS platforms, and a cost effective alternative to dedicated servers.”

For full details and prices of the Heart Internet VPS range visit http://www.heartinternet.co.uk/vps

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