Heart Internet Introduces Hybrid Servers to UK Hosting Market

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Heart Internet launches brand new product range with Hybrid Servers, an entirely new technology in UK web hosting that bridges the gap between dedicated servers and VPS

Customers will be getting incredible value with this product as it comprises all the best features of the other two, providing ultra powerful and reliable hosting for even the most demanding of websites at a great price

UK web hosting company Heart Internet (http://www.heartinternet.co.uk) have announced the launch of Hybrid Servers, a brand new product range that utilises a combination of both dedicated and virtualised server technology.

The introduction of Hybrid Servers creates a new product category for the UK web hosting industry, using dedicated Hard Disk Drives, guaranteed RAM, and low CPU contention rates to increase data processing speeds and server stability. Starting from £59.99 per month, the servers come with up to 18 vCPU, 32GB RAM, 3 x 1TB 15k SAS Hard Disk Drives, unlimited bandwidth, Hardware RAID 5 and a free SSL certificate worth £150.

“Our new Hybrid Servers are a UK exclusive, and they are designed to close the gap between Virtual Private Servers and Dedicated Servers,” said Heart Internet director Jonathan Brealey. “Customers will be getting incredible value with this product as it comprises all the best features of the other two (VPS and dedicated servers), providing ultra powerful and reliable hosting for even the most demanding of websites at a great price.”

Additional Hybrid Server features include scheduled snapshot backups, remote management, full root access and a choice of Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora, Debian, OpenSUSE and Windows Server 2008 R2 (Web & Standard) operating systems.

To find out more about Heart Internet’s Hybrid Servers or any other products, visit http://www.heartinternet.co.uk/hybrid-servers/.

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