SiteGround web hosting provider announced the new launch of the environmentally friendly dedicated servers “Intel Atom 330”. SiteGround is the first shared web hosting company to provide such an environmentally friendly, resource-efficient, powerful, and still a low cost server solution to their customers.
“Intel Atom 330” server is an energy-saving product that was gladly chosen by the company team. The server is designed to be both very powerful and nature-friendly yet still keeping a very competitive price. “Intel Atom 330” sharply reduces the energy consumption about 75% when compared to other dedicated servers with the similar profile. The servers also use the dual core technology, which guarantees a better response time and speed of the server when compared to its low-cost competitors.
SiteGround web hosting provider customers compare the “intel Atom 330” with the Pentium 4 that has been by now the company’s best-selling, low-cost dedicated server and also an industry standard. The “Intel Atom 330” has excelled as compared to the Pentium 4 in both features and price, and has already become the most preferred dedicated hosting solution at SiteGround.
“When we first heard about this server at SiteGround, we all loved it. The Intel Atom 330 gives us the chance to act in an environmentally responsible way without losing power or having to raise costs. It has a low voltage processor that saves so much energy and is yet so powerful”, says Tina Kesova, the Marketing Expert that was responsible for the launch of the new machine. “Our system administrators had run lots of tests to check its speed, durability, and the energy consumption levels. The results are impressive – the Intel Atom 330 has beaten any other server in its class we have ever used.”
SiteGround web hosting has adopted this technology so quickly and proves once again they are the kind of web hosting company that actively update its servers to offer the best and the latest technologies to its clients.
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