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Wiredtree Upgrades Dedicated Servers To Impressive New Standards

The new upgrades affect every major component of a server, maintaining the high quality WiredTree is known for. Xeon E3 CPUs have been incrementally upgraded to Xeon E3v3, while Xeon E5 CPUs have been upgraded to Xeon E5v2. While this is a simple refresh, it ensures processor performance can support the overall server. In other areas, the upgrades have been far more dramatic. Most notably, default bandwidth and RAM allocations have been doubled to 20TB and 8GB respectively. As the two resources that play the most significant role in delivering service to large numbers of customers at once, these upgrades should have a noticeable impact on server performance and responsiveness. Finally, storage options now include Samsung solid-state drives (SSDs) and LSI RAID cards, while Intel SSDs have been upgraded to the latest S3500 series. As a result, the entire server can work at peak performance. It is not enough to upgrade one part of a dedicated server and leave the rest behind, says Cogswell. For example, it would be a waste of time and money to give our customers more bandwidth if restrictive RAM made high traffic volumes unmanageable. That is why our new dedicated server hosting upgrades cover everything from CPU to storage. Customers can now get even better performance, stability, and uptime from their dedicated servers and, with some changes to our pricing, our world-class hardware is available at a lower cost. While the quality of WiredTrees dedicated server hosting continues to grow every year, pricing moves in the opposite direction. In a refreshing move, WiredTree has announced reductions in price alongside increases in performance. Now customers can get a WiredTree dedicated server at a lower initial price point. Meanwhile, existing customers will find the cost of upgrading dedicated servers with customized specification has been significantly reduced. We see upgrading our dedicated server hosting regularly as a way to help our customers grow their use, not as a way to increase our revenue, says Cogswell. Our priority remains service delivery, giving customers the best possible service for the best possible price. With an outstanding infrastructure and high quality custom built servers, WiredTree has established a reputation for performance and reliability. As the company continues to upgrade its dedicated servers year after year, the company is set to retain its position at the front of new server technology.
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