Apr 29, 2009
Zak Boca

I would like to start off by saying that I am not just an employee here at SingleHop.  I am also a client. I have an e5200 server that I bought from SH a few months ago. On this one, and other servers that I’ve owned, I had 10-megabit connections. Although I wanted more capacity, […]

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Apr 22, 2009

Even as we celebrate 400% growth for Q1 of this year, our development schedule continues to buzz. Last week we released our blazingly fast, unmetered, and secure Private Network. It allows customers to have inter-server and non-public network connectivity at speeds of up to 1Gbps. So this week, it was just natural to compliment the […]

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Apr 17, 2009
Zak Boca

As you look more into SingleHop, you will find that we focus on being extremely transparent on all fronts. This means that during the bad times, downtime, or any other form of service interruption, you can be sure that we’ll communicate as openly as possible and with as much detail as possible. It also means […]

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Apr 16, 2009
Dan Ushman

In my blog post last Friday, I wrote about two new offerings that we released: Free Priority Support for LEAP mobile users, and our advanced cross-platform rescue environment, Server Bailout System. Today, I write excitedly late into the night to tell you about two more features that we’ve rolled out yesterday. I’ll save the best […]

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Apr 10, 2009
Dan Ushman

Greetings and salutations everyone. I’m blogging today to announce two great new features SingleHop has released over this last week. We’ve brought you two new ways to get up when your server knocks you down: Server Bailout System and Free Priority Response. Murphy’s Law wisely states, “everything that can possibly go wrong, will go wrong.” […]

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Apr 3, 2009
Luke Tworek

I’d like to take some time to discuss the new Bailout System we’ve just released. If you’re a client, you can access the system through our Leap Control Panel. Simply select your server and initiate the Bailout Mode. The system reboots your dedicated server and then uses PXE (Netboot) to boot it into the bailout […]

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