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eleven2 Upgrades Dedicated Server Range With RAID Protection, Backups and more

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Web hosting provider eleven2 today announced that it has upgraded its entire dedicated server range.

The news comes a few days after eleven2 announced its plans to launch a secondary VPS location in Europe.

In an email conversation with Daily Host News today, Jon Eichler, VP Systems & Development, eleven2, said “We have upgraded all the CPUs on our dedicated server range to current generation. We have also made changes to ensure even our entry-level customers have RAID protection.”

“At eleven2, we take data integrity very seriously, and have gone the extra mile to ensure all of our dedicated server offerings are covered by both RAID and backups,” he added.

eleven2 has also updated pricing on the dedicated server plans. The dedicated servers are available in four offerings:

  • DS-100: Intel i3-3220 with 4 GB memory, 3 TB bandwidth and 500GB Raid1 HDs + 1TB backup. Priced at $199/mo.
  • DS-200: Intel e3-1270v2 with 8 GB memory, 6 TB bandwidth and 2x 1TB Raid1 HDs + 1TB backup. Priced at $299/mo.
  • DS-300: Hexa-Core Xeon e5-2620 with 16 GB memory, 10 TB bandwidth and 4x 1TB Raid10 HDs + 2TB backup. Priced at $499/mo.
  • DS-400: Dual Hexa-Core Xeon e5-2620 with 32 GB memory, 10 TB bandwidth and 4x 2TB Raid10 HDs + 4TB backup. Priced at $699/mo.

As customers’ sites grow, they can increase RAM, HDD space, Bandwidth, Port speed etc. eleven2 offers DD2/DD3 upgrades on all servers; SATA2, SAS and SSD drives; premium 3ware-based Raid 1/5/10 cards starting at $39/mo and up to 1000 mbps upgradable port speed.

All dedicated servers come with free cPanel & WHM, free data migration service and there is no setup fees involved. All dedicated servers are fully managed by eleven2’s in house support team, and are provisioned in their Los Angeles datacenter.

Here is more information on eleven2’s dedicated servers.

Earlier this year eleven2 unveiled its VPS services named “Virtual Premium Servers”.

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