Greatresponder.com – 2011-06-18 – Web hosting company GMO Cloud America, unit of Japanese web hosting company GMO Cloud, announced on yesterday it has started to provide its new cloud web hosting service for the US market.
GMO Cloud America offering a very low introductory price for the first half year following its launch.
During this time, the basic plan, GMO10, is offered absolutely for free. The plan includes 1 CPU core, 256MB of RAM, 1/mbps bandwidth, and 10GB of hard drive web space. Few other plans aren’t free but very affordable. Here are details of them.
GMO20 that is priced at $6.00 per month includes 1 CPU core, 512MB of RAM, 1/mbps of bandwidth, and 20GB of hard drive web space.
GMO30 that is priced at $19.99 per month includes 2 cores, 1024MB of RAM, 1/mbps of bandwidth and 30GB of hard drive web space.
Referring to the company press release, GMO Cloud America provides first class high performance cloud hosting services in a cost efficient manner along with the strongest controls available over cloud server resources such as CPU, RAM, HD and Port Speed.
Using a subscription based model, GMO Cloud America configures hosting resources independently and offers these solutions on a pay for what they need basis.
“We are thrilled to extend our existing services into the US market,” said Ryo Tamura, president and CEO of GMO Cloud America. “By offering the same solutions that propelled GMO Cloud K.K. to become Japan’s most sought-after name in cloud hosting, we can quickly address the needs of start-ups, small and mid-sized businesses, and large-scale enterprises.”
As a unit of Japanese hosting provider GMO Cloud K.K., GMO Cloud America provides various web hosting and cloud hosting solutions including data center services.
Latest posts by Ellen Tate (see all)
- Oracle Launches New Cloud Services to Enhance Productivity - January 10, 2017
- ADP DataCloud Awarded with Cloud Computing Innovation Award For ‘Positive Impact’ on Business - November 4, 2016
- Oracle to Adopt Allout Approach toward Cloud Computing Business - September 22, 2016