DAILYHOSTNEWS, November 25, 2011 – ColoUnlimited has announced lease-to-own servers, the company’s latest offering in its suite of Dallas colocation solutions bundled with unmetered bandwidth. ColoUnlimited customers now can easily and inexpensively own their own server hardware following a 24-month lease as a part of a bundled solution with 2U rackspace, power, and 100 Mbps unmetered bandwidth.
“The online ordering process was so easy; it was as easy as ordering a book online. With Thanh taking care of me all the way, the process of provisioning my colocation services through ColoUnlimited was incredibly smooth,” stated Rene Christensen, Founder of Robust Networks. “We tripled our resources for 2/3 of the cost at our previous dedicated server company, allowing us to offer better hosting plans and be more competitive.”
ColoUnlimited’s lease-to-own servers are pre-installed in cabinets located in CoreXchange’s SAS70 Type II audited data center. Bundled solutions include:
SuperMicro 4-bay hot-swappable chassis
Intel Xeon E3-1230
1 TB hard drive
8 GB RAM
8 IP addresses
IPMI 2.0 with IP KVM
CentOS 64-bit OS
Colocation solution with Rackspace, power and 100 Mbps unmetered bandwidth
Free local 24/7/365 remote hands and eyes support including reboots
Server upgrade options are available
“It’s our goal to simplify colocation services by making it accessible and affordable to businesses of all sizes,” said Thanh Tran, product manager at ColoUnlimited. “Our new lease-to-own program is an industry first, enabling any business to own their servers and colocate within an enterprise-class colocation facility.”
ColoUnlimited provides the industry’s first bundled offering of colocation server hosting and unmetered bandwidth available for purchase online at a revolutionary price. ColoUnlimited is a division of CoreXchange, leading IT infrastructure provider led by networking industry veterans that offer enterprise hosting and connectivity solutions for high demand Internet applications. ColoUnlimited customer cabinets are housed in the CoreXchange Connection, the company’s newest SAS70 Type II data center in Dallas, Texas featuring state-of-the-art equipment, redundant power and cooling.