ServerHub Announces High Volume VPS Plans Designed For Higher Cloud Computing Demands

Dallas TX, June 15, 2017 - ServerHub, a privately held Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider that specializes in dedicated server and cloud based virtualization applications, today announced the release of it’s expanded line of PureSSD and BigData IronGrid Virtualization Servers, featuring high volume memory allocations up to 64GB of memory.

“We are committed to the continued growth of Internet Infrastructure, We’ve consistently invested globally in providing customers with the best Enterprise experience on the ServerHub Platform. As data sets continue to become larger, naturally cloud infrastructure needs will continue to increase to meet customer demand. These updated Virtual Server plans are a natural progression of our commitment to allowing our customers to deploy larger scale VPS products at the fraction of the cost of a Bare Metal Server on our Global Platform.” Said John Brancela.

ServerHub users can now create Virtual Servers ranging from 512MB to 64GB, instantly and effortlessly. In addition to the expanded memory capabilities, ServerHub has also expanded the size and availability of SSD and Traditional Spinning Hard Drive Allocations to over 450GB for PureSSD nodes and over 7TB of data for Big Data Nodes.

The new IronGrid PureSSD and Big Data Plans are available today, and are priced starting at just $5 per month and are available in all ServerHub Data Center Regions.

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ServerHub operates a global Infrastructure platform designed for ultimate reliability and scalability with customers in over 120 countries. ServerHub is a privately held Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider with Data Center Locations in 7 Global Markets which include: Dallas, TX, Phoenix, AZ, Chicago, IL, Seattle, WA, New York City, NY, Frankfurt, Germany and Amsterdam Netherlands. The ServerHub customer portfolio is made of a diverse mix from web startups to global enterprises who rely on the ServerHub Platform.