VPS.NET Goes Large with Cloud Servers

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VPS.NET launches two new products, for which size definitely does matter.

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We have created large RAM and disk servers because there is an increasing demand from customers for customized resources.

VPS.NET is having its big moment. Literally. The latest two products to be launched by the brand are both super sized.

The first products are massive RAM cloud servers. The second are king-size disc cloud servers. Both come with instant set up, which means it takes less than two minutes for customers to use their cloud servers.

“We have created these products because there is an increasing demand from customers for customized resources,” said Rus Foster, the director of cloud at VPS.NET. “There is a growing need for offsite hosting catering to certain deployment.”

The size of VPS.NET’s new RAM servers starts at 2 gigabytes (GB) and rise up to 16 GB, which hits the nail on the head for customers who need to deal with large databases or do some heavy number crunching. The disc servers, meanwhile, come in off-the-peg sizes that range from 115 GB discs to 1015 GB discs.

Both new products are scalable, so they can grow with a customer’s business. Plus, they come with a choice of operating systems, including Ubuntu, Windows, CentOS, or cPanel.

“Both of these products have been created as part of VPS.NET’s commitment to listen to customer’s demands and requirements,” said Foster.


VPS.NET operates one of the largest cloud hosting systems in the world. It offers affordable cloud hosting to everyday users, while giving enterprise users the flexibility they need to adequately scale, and handle their growing IT demands. VPS.NET is a division of the UK2 Group, which provides domain registration and Web hosting services to thousands of customers globally through its family of hosting brands; UK2.net, Midphase.com, WestHost.com, 100TB.com, ANHosting.com, Resell.biz, and VI.net. VPS.NET is committed to providing secure and reliable products and services underpinned with excellent support. For more information about VPS.NET, visit http://www.vps.net.

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