Chicago, IL: April 15, 2009: Chicago-based managed web-hosting provider, SingleHop, today announced the release of its Private Network offering. The Private Network allows customers to have inter-server and non-public network connectivity at speeds of up to 1Gbps, in a fully secured environment. In addition, the servers can communicate in Jumbo frames, where packets can have sizes of up to 9,000 bytes, increasing transfer speeds significantly. Andy Pace, VP of Operations for SingleHop, mentioned, "with this new private network, clients can backup information, synchronize data amongst their servers, and do it all inside of a secure network with unlimited bandwidth and incredible speed. By using the private network, none of the clients metered bandwidth is used, freeing it up for other purposes."
SingleHop built the secure private network in recognition of the growing needs of many of the most dynamic customers. Daniel Salcedo, VP of Communications, explained: "in the past few years, many of our customers businesses have grown tremendously. Because of this, we wanted to provide these customers with a high-level solution that allows them to lower their transfer costs, increase their performance, and boost their security. We want to continue evolving so our clients, no matter the size, can count on a great set of solutions that can power their future growth."
About SingleHop, Inc.
SingleHop, Inc., is a full service managed dedicated hosting provider that was founded on the principal of providing reliable, cost-effective, dedicated services. The company was founded by Zak Boca and Dan Ushman in 2006, and currently hosts thousands of websites from around the world. SingleHop competitors include: SoftLayer, ThePlanet, FastServers, and RackSpace. The cornerstone of SingleHops' managed hosting is the à la Carte Server Management Program, which is a full-array of transparent management services designed and tested to allow business customers to tailor their level of support to their needs or expertise. www.singlehop.com