Greatresponder.com – 2011-06-16 – According to recent HP press release, world known web hosting provider and data center operator LeaseWeb has implemented HP ProLiant first class servers in its Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and US data centers.
This announcement comes a month after LeaseWeb web hosting company launched a new line of dedicated servers, including servers from HP and Dell, with 100TB of monthly bandwidth.
The new HP first class servers will increase performance and general capacity to support rapid business growth of LeaseWeb web hosting and its customers. New HP servers delivers better processing speed and improved system operations.
The new HP servers complement its growth into the US market, LeaseWeb says. It has installed over 5,700 HP ProLiant DL 120 G6 and HP ProLiant DL 180 G6 servers to meet its growing workloads.
“As our business expands, so does our need to keep pace with user demands, as well as offer new services, while providing a fast, powerful and secure hosting environment,” Con Zwinkels, managing director, LeaseWeb Netherlands said in a statement. “HP ProLiant servers have increased our application performance and enabled faster time to solution to meet our business challenges while delivering improved operational efficiency.”
Overall LeaseWeb web hosting says it has already deployed over 15,000 hp ProLiant servers across its data centers worldwide.
Small summary on LeaseWeb web hosting company:
LeaseWeb web hosting company born in 1997 as Netherland web hosting company. Providing of “Quality hosting” – was announced as company primary target and motto. Today LeaseWeb is world known web hosting brand that provides first-class web hosting service and operates worldwide network. It has a network uptime of 99.999%. LeaseWeb services include dedicated servers, virtualization and cloud, colocation and custom IT infrastructure solutions, as well as a complete suite of internet services including: shared webhosting and domain name registration. LeaseWeb’s growing infrastructure currently spans eight data centers in The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and the United States, connecting with major telecom carriers.
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