AbeloHost’s infrastructure expands to Amsterdam in collaboration with Switch Datacenters
Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 29, 2016 -- AbeloHost (https://abelohost.com), an offshore hosting provider registered and operating from the Netherlands, has expanded its infrastructure to Amsterdam. In collaboration with Switch Datacenters, AbeloHost will now offer shared hosting, VPS, and dedicated servers in Amsterdam.
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May 29, 2016 (FPRC) -- With this new expansion, AbeloHost seeks to diversify its data centers locations and offer its existing clients a much-requested new location.
AbeloHost (https://abelohost.com) has applied some necessary changes to improve the provision of its service. The infrastructure in Amsterdam is connected to a 10Gbps port, a ten-fold upgrade from their 1Gbps port in Dronten, Netherlands. This is done because AbeloHost’s clients frequently request more Internet speed at an affordable price. With this upgrade, AbeloHost ensures to grow along with its clients’ demands.
In addition, AbeloHost became a LIR member via RIPE NCC. To meet its clients’ need for dedicated IPs, AbeloHost now has a subnet of /22 IPs at its disposal. It also developed a blackhole script to nullroute these IPs in case harmful traffic enters AbeloHost’s network. This is to ensure no downtime.
Founder and CEO of AbeloHost B.V. has shared his opinion about this expansion:
“This expansion is essential to the growth of our business. We will aim to keep expanding new locations to offer our community a broader range of services.”
For more information about this expansion, and how this can help your online business, contact our representative on our website’s livechat.
AbeloHost B.V. has been operating in the Netherlands since 2013. Its focus lies on offering offshore solutions, particularly to businesses that prioritize data privacy and security. Combined with the constant implementation of new hardware, AbeloHost aims to maintain its premium service.
Send an email to Ilgar Agasi of AbeloHost
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