Aplus web hosting states that the change make a shift to a better hardware-based naming, as the names of dedicated webhosting plans are based on each server’s CPU. Aplus website has been redesigned to show these updated names, and also to show the web servers in three new categories: Single-Core, Multi-Core and Multi-Processor Servers.
“As with our efforts in rebranding our shared hosting services last month, we’re taking the necessary steps to ensure that our consumers understand exactly what they’re getting when they shop for an Aplus.Net dedicated server,” commented Ryan Elledge, Aplus.Net’s Chief Operations Officer. “That means more clearly defining the way our servers are named, categorized, and presented on our website.”
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