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ProXPN Takes a Strong Stance on Browsing Restrictions by Governments

July 29, 2013 by · Comments Off on ProXPN Takes a Strong Stance on Browsing Restrictions by Governments 

Web Hosting Services – According to report by techworld, access to Google’s gmail service appeared to have been disrupted in Iran just days before the country’s eagerly awaited presidential election.

Google is quoted in the article saying that it had noticed a drop in connectivity to gmail from the country. The connectivity drop appears to fall of a complete block of gmail services they added, but they may be significant disruptions for the users in Iran according to Google.

In line with its drive for unrestricted browsing and being in the forefront in technological advancements, proXPN has been working to eliminate such barriers. It was founded on the principal of ensuring that people access the Internet at ease, utilizing VPN technology to ensure that online activity, browser history, online messages and passwords are not intercepted by overriding the assigned IP address with a selection of its own. Read more

Constant Hosting Announces Dedicated Server Specials

July 26, 2013 by · Comments Off on Constant Hosting Announces Dedicated Server Specials 

Web Hosting ServicesMATAWAN, NJ – Constant Hosting, the global leader in web hosting performance, announced substantial discounts 6 of its most popular servers. Included in the aggressive promotion are three new additions to Constant Hosting portfolio: the 3.4GHz 16GB RAM Intel E1240-V2, 6 Cores 32GB RAM E5-2620 and the 10GB UNMETERED, all three based on the award-winning Supermicro platform.

The Intel E1240-V2 is the company’s most popular server to date, offering intense computing power and the performance to meet virtually any challenge. The Intel E1240-V2, with a 3.4GHz Intel Xeon processor and quad-core SSD technology, is the company’s best-performing server priced at $109.95/month.

“We continually refine how to deliver the best value to our customers at every price point, which is increasingly important in today’s economic environment,” said a sales representative for Constant Hosting. “Whether you’re a business looking for a budget server or the most power and performance in class, this promotion covers it”

Among the server specials running with this promotion are the following:

  • Intel Single Xeon E5504 4×2.0GHz – 1TB HDD, 8GB RAM, 1TB SATA at $99.95

  • Intel Xeon E3-1240v2 4×3.4GHz, 16GB RAM, 120 GB SSD at $109.95

  • Intel Xeon E5504 4×2.0GHz – 16TB HDD, 16GB RAM, 16TB SATA at $199.95

  • Intel E5-2620 2.0Ghz 6C/12T,  32GB RAM, 120GB SSD at $239.95

  • Dual E5-2620 2.0Ghz 12C/24T, 64GB RAM, 120GB SSD at $397.95

  • Intel Xeon E3-1240v3 Quad-Core, 10Gbps UNMETERED, 16GB RAM, 240 GB SSD at $899.95

The promotion is available for a limited time only.  For more information and to see additional discounted servers, visit www.constant.com/servers/specials Read more

Savvis launches Cloud Data Center services

July 26, 2013 by · Comments Off on Savvis launches Cloud Data Center services 

Web Hosting ServicesST. LOUIS – Savvis, a CenturyLink company (NYSE: CTL) and global leader in cloud infrastructure and hosted IT solutions, today announced the global availability of Savvis Cloud Data Center, a virtual data center service built on VMware vCloud Director® 5.1 and Cisco’s Unified Data Center technologies to offer businesses a simplified platform for complex hybrid cloud solutions.

Savvis Cloud Data Center expands on the company’s pioneering virtual private data center solutions. It enables users to flexibly build software-defined data center services that manage compute capabilities, storage, network connectivity and security operations.

“Businesses are looking to migrate applications hosted on-premise into the cloud using a variety of hybrid solutions,” said Andrew Higginbotham, chief technology officer at Savvis. “Designed for customers who rely on VMware technologies, Savvis Cloud Data Center streamlines extensions into the cloud with easy-to-use familiar interfaces and tools for scaling performance to their needs.” Read more

UK IP PROXY Database Opens Up British Internet to the World

July 26, 2013 by · Comments Off on UK IP PROXY Database Opens Up British Internet to the World 

Web Hosting ServicesDallas, Texas – idcloak Technologies Inc. has launched a live database of every known UK IP proxy offering public connections to the British internet. The service is aimed at several groups, including holiday makers abroad seeking to retain a British internet experience and web marketers or advertisers wishing to evaluate British search engine rankings or advertising.

“As internet companies seek value by regionalizing the internet experience they offer, users need an alternative to escape that regionalization,” says idcloak’s lead internet researcher, Robin Welles.

“Over the summer period, holiday-makers abroad face the annoyance of important sites like Google reverting to local languages. Even search results vary according to user location. Through a UK web proxy, British tourists can take the British internet with them.” Read more

Equinix and NetApp to Host Webinar on Private Storage, Public Cloud: How NetApp, AWS, and Equinix Enable Flexible IT

July 25, 2013 by · Comments Off on Equinix and NetApp to Host Webinar on Private Storage, Public Cloud: How NetApp, AWS, and Equinix Enable Flexible IT 

Web Hosting ServicesREDWOOD CITY, Calif. – Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX), the global interconnection and data center company, today announced that it will be hosting a webinar with NetApp entitled, “Private Storage, Public Cloud: How NetApp, AWS, and Equinix Enable Flexible IT” on Thursday, July 25 at 9am PT/12 pm ET.

Most of today’s organizations understand the economic and flexibility benefits offered by cloud computing. Yet, many organizations still seek better ways to leverage a combination of public clouds and private data center resources. NetApp, AWS, and Equinix have partnered to address this challenge by offering NetApp Private Storage for AWS. With this solution, enterprises can connect secure, private NetApp storage arrays to the AWS cloud over a dedicated AWS Direct Connect link in Equinix data centers. Customers can now leverage the performance, customization, and control of private storage resources with the efficiency and elasticity benefits of the AWS cloud.

In this webinar attendees will learn about:

Simplified disaster recovery
Multi-tier backup to the cloud
Cloudburst for peak workloads
Running high-performance applications in the cloud
Managing data with compliance requirements
For more information on the webinar or to register to attend, please click here. Read more

Prolexic Technologies Secures US$30 Million Series C Financing Led by Trident Capital & Intel Capital

July 25, 2013 by · Comments Off on Prolexic Technologies Secures US$30 Million Series C Financing Led by Trident Capital & Intel Capital 

Web Hosting ServicesHollywood, Florida USA – Prolexic Technologies, the global leader in Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) protection services, announced today it has closed a US$30 million Series C funding round led by new investors Trident Capital and Intel Capital. Prolexic’s existing shareholders include Kennet Partners, Camden Partners and Medina Capital.

This latest round of financing comes at a time when Prolexic’s year-over-year revenues have increased 65 percent, while remaining EBITDA positive.

Following the Series C investment, Trident Capital’s Managing Director Gustavo Alberelli will join Prolexic’s Board of Directors. “For the past two years, I have seen companies and government agencies around the world repeatedly select Prolexic for DDoS protection, cementing the firm’s position as market leader,” said Alberelli. “I’m excited to continue working with Prolexic management and providing Trident’s IT security expertise to help Prolexic continue its rapid expansion.” Read more

CloudMunch Launches First Open DevOps Management Platform for OpenStack

July 25, 2013 by · Comments Off on CloudMunch Launches First Open DevOps Management Platform for OpenStack 

Web Hosting ServicesBellevue, WA – CloudMunch, the DevOps management platform provider, announced today from OSCON that it is releasing the world’s first Open DevOps platform for OpenStack. The CloudMunch Open DevOps solution makes it possible for software developers to deploy applications rapidly onto OpenStack cloud infrastructure. CloudMunch enables developers and IT operations to use virtually any preferred tool chain for development and continuous integration with continuous deployment to OpenStack. A free trial is available today by signing up on the CloudMunch website.

“With the addition of OpenStack to our DevOps management platform, we’re making the vision of Open DevOps a reality,” said Pradeep Prabhu, CEO CloudMunch . “At CloudMunch, we know it’s about choice so we focus on giving development and operations the freedom to choose whichever tools that make sense for their functions while uniting them into a powerful DevOps management platform to facilitate cross-team delivery.”
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GalaxyVisions, ColoGuard to Launch ‘How-To’ Pages

July 24, 2013 by · Comments Off on GalaxyVisions, ColoGuard to Launch ‘How-To’ Pages 

Web Hosting ServicesNew York, NY – GalaxyVisions and ColoGuard, the New York metropolitan area’s leading providers of Internet hosting and colocation solutions, today announced that they will launch helpful “how-to” pages on their websites to help customers.

The pages, which will go online in August, are designed to provide useful information ranging from how to find the best data center to tips on managing PCs and commonly used software. The pages will be available at both ColoGuard.com and GalaxyVisions.com.

“The GalaxyVisions and ColoGuard ‘How-To’ pages are yet another expansion of commitment to communicate with customers and other visitors to our sites,” said Ruben Magurdumov, vice president and co-founder of GalaxyVisions and ColoGuard. “Our staff sees a lot of people struggling with technology each day, and these pages will help provide reliable and informative advice.” Read more

Proxy List by Country Gives Global Internet to the World

July 24, 2013 by · Comments Off on Proxy List by Country Gives Global Internet to the World 

Web Hosting ServicesDallas, Texas – idcloak Technologies has launched a proxy list by country – the largest available database of free, publicly-administered proxies currently online.

Each IP address presented in the list represents a server in a specific country. When a user adds an IP to their browser, they reroute their internet to that new location.

Doing so allows the user to experience the internet under a different geographical and cultural guise, automatically bypassing any restrictions on their local web access.

“Year by year the worldwide web is becoming less worldwide,” says idcloak’s senior researcher Robin Welles, “Your IP address increasingly determines the language, prices and search results that are displayed; even whether you can enter a site at all. There are of course benefits to receiving location-specific content, but many users want the choice to explore the internet outside of that bubble. Our list gives them that choice.” Read more

Secure64 Doubles DNS Cache Product Performance

July 24, 2013 by · Comments Off on Secure64 Doubles DNS Cache Product Performance 

Web Hosting ServicesGreenwood Village, CO – Secure64 Software Corporation has released the Capacity Expansion Module, an optional add-on software module to its DNS Cache product that doubles performance in real-world traffic without requiring additional servers. By scaling performance in software, Secure64 provides mobile, fixed line, and cable operators with a simple, non-disruptive mechanism to scale DNS capacity to meet future demands.

“DNS query loads continue to rise, especially in the 4G/LTE sector which is experiencing triple digit growth,” says Steve Goodbarn, CEO of Secure64. “Failure to provide sufficient infrastructure to keep up with this growth can result in dropped queries and a poor end user experience. The Capacity Expansion Module provides the unique ability to cost-effectively add capacity in software to meet rising real-world loads. Other solutions scale performance only through expensive and disruptive server expansions or are designed to scale only under unrealistic laboratory conditions.”
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