HostColor.com delivers bare-metal servers and Dedicated Private Cloud IaaS from Equinix, Singapore data centers.
HostColor.com (HC) announced an upgrade of its portfolio of Singapore Dedicated Servers with AMD EPYC 7282 and AMD EPYC 7742 processors-based configurations. HC's clients can customize the AMD-based servers by upgrading memory, HDD or SSD storage drives, and bandwidth, and take advantage of many other configurable options.
The HC's Singapore-based 1Gbps and 10Gbps Dedicated Servers can be configured for delivering public cloud services or as Dedicated Private Clouds (DCIaaS). HC's DCIaaS is a customizable, isolated, and secure on-demand IT infrastructure solution created with Proxmox VE, Linux Containers (LCX), Kubernetes container orchestration, or VMware ESXi virtualization technologies. All DCIaaS plans feature WireGuard VPN technology and dedicated high-bandwidth internet connectivity.
“Compared to the services offered by the major hyperscalers, HostColor's DCIaaS solutions allow organizations to save then-thousands of dollars per year on data transfer fees”, says HostColor's Ceo Dimitar Avramov. He adds that most organizations that host apps on the major clouds are plagued by skyrocketing monthly bills for data transfer and intransparent usage billing.
The company's Singapore-hosted DCIaaS and bare-metal dedicated servers feature the shortest possible round trip delay to any major internet point in Asia, except for China. HostColor offers a special, on-demand networking service to those clients who deliver services to China.
HostColor.com (HC), has recently reported to the technology media that it ended 2022 with 29 Virtual Data Centers used for delivering Cloud infrastructure services. The company delivers Hosted Private Cloud and Public Cloud Server services based on VMware ESXi, Proxmox VE, and Linux Containers' virtualization technologies, and 10Gbps Dedicated Servers from Ashburn, Atlanta, Bend Oregon, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Santa Clara, Miami, New York, Phoenix, Seattle, and Washington in the United States.
The cloud service provider also delivers cloud services from Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, London, Paris, Frankfurt, Munich, Milan, Madrid, Amsterdam, The Hague, and Singapore.
HostColor.com – https://www.hostcolor.com - is a global IT infrastructure and Web Hosting service provider since 2000. The company has its own virtual data centers, a capacity for provisioning dedicated servers and colocation services in 50 data centers worldwide. Its subsidiary HCE (HostColorEurope.com) operates Cloud infrastructure and delivers dedicated hosting services in 19 European counties.