Host Color Doubles VPS Hosting Resources And Adds 1 Free Month To Plans

Wilmington, Delaware (PressExposure) April 03, 2009 -- The provider of quality VPS Hosting (http://www.hostcolor.com/vps) Host Color said to web hosting media that it has increased the features of all Virtual Private Servers. The web host also announced that it has launched a coupon - VPS2009 - that offers 1 free service month with all virtual private servers. The coupon is valid until April 30 2009.

The Host Color's entry level virtual server - VPS Start (http://www.hostcolor.com/vps/vps-start) now offers 256 MB RAM, 10 GB disc space and 100 GB data transfer per month. The previous allocated RAM was 192. The monthly data transfer quota for VPS Start is doubled from 50 GB to 100 GB.

Another virtual private server - VPS Advance (http://www.hostcolor.com/vps/vps-advance) - now comes with an increased data transfer quota of 250 GB transfer per month. This resource increase for VPS is less than these that applied to other virtual servers. Host Color however said that it monitors the performance of VPS Advance accounts and will provide a new resource increase if necessary. VPS Advance customers are also eligible to use the coupon VPS2009, that gives then a free service month.

The company's most powerful pre-configured virtual private server - VPS Power (http://www.hostcolor.com/vps/vps-power) - now features 1280 MB RAM, 50 GB disc space and 500 GB data transfer per month. Host Color increase memory for this plan from 1024 to 1280 RAM and data transfer from 350 GB to 500 GB per month.

Host Color also increased the resources for its VPS Custom (http://www.hostcolor.com/vps/vps-custom) virtual private server. It now offers 1792 MB RAM, 100GB disc space and 1000 GB monthly data transfer. The price of this VPS is $119.95 per month, and according to Host Color it works for most of company's customers much better than a dedicated server.

All virtual private servers of Host Color are powered by the latest version of Parallels Virtuozzo Containers. The web host offers Plesk control panel licenses to VPS customers for only $10/month. The company also offers NextColor (http://www.hostcolor.com) web hosting control panel. It is free for all VPS service plans. Although NextColor panel is one of the best Linux server management software on the market, The web host suggests its customers to use Plesk because it is better integrated with Virtuozzo Containers and it is easier to be managed and upgraded.

Host Color offers 9.0 version of Plesk to all VPS hosting customers and Virtuozzo Containers 4.0. According to the web host, the new Virtuozzo offers many new features and makes even easier the management of a virtual private server. It has better design interface which provides access to templates and sample virtual environments, plus a streamlined installation. The new release also offers "High availability" through a several new options to ensure maximum uptime and new backup enhancements.

The web host said that the free period it offers to customer will be the 6th VPS hosting service month.

The hosting provider is well-known with its approach to hosting business named Quality Web Hosting (http://www.hostcolor.com/hosting-glossary/quality-shared-hosting). Its executives say that Host Color "customizes not just VPS and Dedicated Hosting, but even Shared Hosting services to allow anyone to work in personalized business environment".

About Host Color LLC

Host Color LLC is a quality U.S. web hosting company incorporated in Delaware. It powers thousands of business and personal websites in data centers in South Bend, Indiana, U.S. and Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The company also provides fully Managed dedicated hosting through HC Servers and European hosting services through Host Color Europe (http://www.hostcoloreurope.com). It offers discounts to academics and non-governmental organizations. The Host Color's corporate message is "Web hosting about people, not about gigabytes."

Press Release Source: http://PressExposure.com/PR/Host_Color_LLC.html

Press Release Submitted On: March 30, 2009 at 12:19 pm
This article has been viewed 8563 time(s).