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PacificHost adds Railgun CDN to its Shared and Reseller hosting services for free

PacificHost adds Railgun CDN to its Shared and Reseller hosting services for free

Linux-based cPanel hosting solutions provider for social media and video sharing websites PacificHost has added Railgun to its shared and reseller hosting services for free. Earlier this year, PacificHost included CPremote backups for it’s customers. Railgun provides 143% improvement in HTML load times by working  in conjunction with the CloudFlare CDN to cache both static and dynamic content.

An official press release cited that since CloudFlare is inefficient in caching Dynamic Content, PacificHost has decided to add Railgun; which  efficiently compresses dynamic content and serving it in conjunction with the static HTML files.  This leads to reduced latency by enabling   visitosr to retrieve all the content from the nearest CloudFlare datacenter.

PacificHost launches free Railgun CDN with its Hosting services

A large majority of our customers run social media and video based websites, and this will not only help to deliver faster page times, but help make our customer’s websites more secure with their integrated security and analytics programs.
– Thomas Perry, President, PacificHost

Railgun also increases the website security and speeds up the dynamic content. Cloudflare recently released V 3.3.3 of Railgun to offer hosting customers One-Click Dynamic Caching. added the ClodFlare CDN to its hosting products way back in 2011;

“CloudFlare has been a great addition to our hosting service, and when CloudFlare chose us to join their exclusive partner program for Railgun, we were ecstatic,”  said Thomas Perry, President and Founder, PacificHost. “A large majority of our customers run social media and video based websites, and this will not only help to deliver faster page times, but help make our customer’s websites more secure with their integrated security and analytics programs ,” he added.

Customers of PacificHost can activate Railgun by logging into their cPanel account, and clicking on the “CloudFlare” icon. For more information , please visit cloudflare.com/railgun.

In addition, PacificHost is also tuning its server configurations for new shared and reseller servers beginning in early May to increase speed and server capacity for it’s expanding video hosting market. The new server configurations will  include 32GB of DDR3 RAM, 2 Gigabit Ethernet cards, 12TB of space across Enterprise Sata drives, running on Hardware Raid 10.

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