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New York, NY, United States, 2010/04/22 - HostV, a leader in managed Virtual Private Servers and Dedicated servers, announced today a major shakeup in its hosting lineup, including a tripling of bandwidth on all VPS Hosting plans and major upgrades on specifications for Dedicated Servers.
The company’s Managed VPS Servers and Linux VPS Servers now start at 1500GB of monthly bandwidth, up from just 500GB before. Hybrid VPS plans, which combine the power of dedicated severs with the agility of virtual servers, start at a whopping 7500GB of monthly bandwidth, up from only 2500GB. HostV’s new bandwidth allotments are among the industry’s most generous.
“We’re expanding the scale and scope of our hosting packages in a way that distinguishes HostV and reinforces our role as leader in the VPS and dedicated hosting space. These upgrades are important investments in our customers, and we believe these upgrades will drive both retention and new sign-ups,” said John Xie, president of Cirtex Corp., HostV parent company.
New Dedicated Servers from HostV now include double RAM – starting at an unprecedented 8GB of RAM (up from 4GB). New Dedicated Servers now also boast double disk space, starting at 2 500GB SATA drives.
Fully-managed VPS Hosting with cPanel from HostV starts at $39.99/monthly for 50GB of disk space. All accounts include full support for video hosting, free data backups, and HostV’s premium customer support.
Earlier this year, HostV (hostv.com) introduced Ksplice Uptrack, allowing it to update Linux servers without rebooting. Linux kernel updates are automatically converted into rebootless update packages, and HostV can simply apply the update remotely without causing a disruption or significant performance hit on the server.
About Cirtex Corp.
Founded in 2003, Cirtex Corp. (cirtex.com) is leading provider of Shared, Reseller, Virtual Dedicated and Dedicated Web hosting solutions. The company serves thousands of customers internationally through two dynamic brands—CirtexHosting and HostV.