Greatresponder.com – 2011-07-10 – Popular European web hosting company WebHostingBuzz uk announced few days ago it has expanded its presence in Europe region by moving into EvoSwitch’s data center facility in Amsterdam, NL.
WebHostingBuzz UK is a sister brand of WebHostingBuzz, partnered with well known cloud storage solutions provider SMEStorage last month, enabling its clients to implement a fully managed cloud file web server environment.
WebHostingBuzz uk said it chose the EvoSwitch data center facility for its “very high reliability, very advanced infrastructure, good financial conditions, great connectivity to major network providers of Dutch, United Kingdom, German, and other European markets”.
Earlier this year, EvoSwitch data center facility announced its plans for further expanding. New expansions plans includes increases of data center spaces and implementation of systems to increase energy savings. This should help EvoSwitch to setup its business on new top level.
“We’re ecstatic to establish a base in NL, Amsterdam with a partnership at the EvoSwitch data center facility,” said mr. Matt Russell, CEO of WebHostingBuzz web hosting company. “We continue to see continued growth, and our Dutch presence will contribute significantly to our overall European operations.”
WebHostingBuzz UK web hosting company provides a wide range of web hosting services, including shared web hosting, business web hosting, reseller web hosting and virtual private servers (VPS).
WebHostingBuzz UK company offers fast support to its clients, free setup, uptime over 99.9% and some of the best infrastructure in the industry.
WebHostingBuzz web hosting company provides hosting for over 250,000 web sites worldwide through its WebHostingBuzz and WebHostingBuzz UK brands.
The WebHostingBuzz expects to increase range of web hosting service with new data center in Amsterdam. Additionally to shared hosting, virtualization, VPS hosting, company plans to launch dedicated web hosting servers, cloud web hosting solutions and managed services from its EvoSwitch data centers in Amsterdam, NL. This should be a good jump for company self development.