Chicago, IL: June 16, 2009: Chicago-based managed web-hosting provider, SingleHop, today announced significant increases in bandwidth through two new agreements with backbone IP providers AboveNet and nLayer. Each of SingleHop's two data centers will feature 40 gigabits of network connectivity. The upgrades are planned to be completed over the next several months.
The increases in IP traffic connectivity are part of the network upgrades that SingleHop has been performing since February of this year, and focused on establishing a powerful platform that can encompass future growth without any sacrifices. Andy Pace, VP of Operations for SingleHop, mentioned that the new "IP capacity gives all SingleHop clients tremendously increased capabilities, especially during peak traffic time, and provides an additional layer of protection from denial of service (DDoS) saturation attacks. In the end, though, it provides our entire network with a solid foundation for future growth without having to sacrifice performance at all".
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
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