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New Dell PowerEdge Dual Core Servers

New Dell PowerEdge Dual Core Servers

Hosting And Designs L.L.C. is announcing a new line of dual-core dedicated servers; Dell PowerEdge Dual Core Servers. Their site is now offering these Dell PowerEdge servers. They come standard with a 3Ghz dual-core processor, 8 GB’s of RAM and a 1TB SATA hard drive. The usual upgrades and add-ons are available with these servers as well as many Operating Systems. These include CentOS 7.x and Microsoft Windows. Software licenses are also included for Cpanel on CentOS 6.x or 7.x OS Plesk is available for Microsoft Windows OS.

There is still an ever increasing demand for mid-range server configurations for server administrators. They may also have a tight budget and still require fast performance and a good amount of monthly traffic along with the standard unlimited 24/7 technical support provided by Hosting And Designs L.L.C. Monthly server prices start at under $59.00 and free remote reboot ports are provided to those clients who request such a feature. All dedicated servers come with free 10GB backups. Hosting And Designs L.L.C. can upgrade them for a small additional monthly cost.

St. Louis, Missouri, USA Location

The new Dell PowerEdge dual-core servers are located in a data center in St. Louis, Missouri and are also on the same APS400 certified network that provides a 99.99% uptime guarantee and backup power as all their other dedicated servers.

Hosting And Designs L.L.C. is currently offering low-cost security services with Dell PowerEdge Dual Core servers from SiteLock as is a strong supporter of backups and security for all their servers for their clients. Several other security services are provided at additional cost for added security. Value-added services will always work to improve server security at affordable rates that all clients can afford.

Hosting And Designs L.L.C. has been in business since 2002. They provide low cost dedicated server solutions with several value-added services at an APS400 certified datacenter.

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