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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, […]

May 7, 2013
Sam Bowling

As a system administrator, one of my recurring duties is to work on fine-tuning servers our company and client servers. Fine-tuning allows us to squeezing every possible ounce of capability out of each server so they are utilized to their fullest potential. Due to its popularity as an easy to write and implement language, PHP […]

May 10, 2013
Noah Halter

Hey! I’m Noah Halter, Lead Designer here at SingleHop. As you may have noticed, both our website  and blog has undergone a complete and total overhaul – SingleHop v5. We are all very excited about it, and consider it the best reflection of our brand to date, so I want to give everyone a bit […]

Jan 22, 2013
Andy Pace

Over the years, we’ve been fortunate enough to receive a lot of attention for the way we leverage automation in the data center to operate efficiently, provide a better quality of service and improve the customer experience. When we first set out to automate our business, we weren’t trying to set any records or anything […]

Oct 2, 2007
Andy Pace

As many of you know, over the past 10-12 months, SingleHop has gone through some major internal changes that have required infinite patience, an extended amount of research and a huge restructuring on the part of everyone associated with our company, including current and potential customers. We’re *extremely* thrilled, however, to inform those parties considering […]

Sep 25, 2007
Zak Boca

As you’ll likely see on the site, we’re making a huge shift here at the company. There is a big problem with our planet’s environment, and until recently, SingleHop hasn’t even taken notice to the additional harm that we’re doing! We don’t claim to have the answer, and we don’t claim to be environmentally friendly, […]

Jun 16, 2013
David Dunlap

IBM’s decision to buy out SoftLayer brings a lot of interesting intersections to light when it comes to traditional enterprise level computing, merging with the fairly new business model of automated infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) computing. SoftLayer’s business model centers on two products: dedicated servers and cloud computing. From there, we add managed services and various levels […]

Merger Ahead
May 15, 2009
Chris Larkin

I recently took the plunge and signed up for a Twitter account more out of curiosity then anything else. I had heard a lot about it and people I know had Twitter accounts, but I did not really see much of a use for it as a tool to use at work. So, at first […]

Mar 30, 2007
Andy Pace

Zenoss won the Sourceforge project of the month recently, and ironically enough, SingleHop utilizes this brilliant piece of software to monitor network statistics and customer servers. Zenoss is rich with many features that sets it above the competition. Auto-discovery, which is the automatic importing of services into the Zenoss database, is one of the many […]

Nov 18, 2009
David Szczur

A few new additions to SingleHop’s offerings may have some confused. With similar, and in some cases identical, specs from the Xeon 3000 line and the Core2 Duo, making an educated decision on which chip is best for your dedicated server can feel kind of like a joke to which you just don’t get the […]