Web Africa today announced that it will launch their new dedicated server range on 18 February, promising consumers significant bandwidth capacity at affordable rates. “The two types of servers—managed and semi-managed— will have low and high bandwidth option, with the high bandwidth solution offering 100GB of traffic—twice the capacity of other comparable ranges in the market,” Web Africa said in a press statement.
According to CEO Matthew Tagg, the new servers are aimed at larger companies with high bandwidth and hardware needs. “The market is demanding faster boxes, better management facilities and more traffic,” he says. “Our new dedicated servers meet these requirements head-on at very generous rates.”
The range features Nitro servers with KVM access, and is hosted in the Teraco data centres.
Web Africa’s existing customers have the option of staying on their current dedicated server packages, or upgrading to the new range of servers. Any new customers will however be required to purchase an option in the new range.
Web Africa added that it will discontinue its USA dedicated hosting packages to forward the drive to retain as much content in SA as possible.
“We are committed to always finding the best possible solutions for our customers,” says Tagg. “Our new range makes the most of the technology currently available.”
|Server type||Cost||Setup||Traffic||Overusage (per MB)||Ram||CPU|
|Nitro Managed+||R4,499||R1,399||100gb||4c||6GB||Quad XEON 2.13ghz|
|Nitro Managed||R3,499||R1,099||20gb||4c||6GB||Quad XEON 2.13ghz|
|Nitro Server +||R2,999||R899||100gb||4c||6GB||Quad XEON 2.13ghz|
|Nitro Server||R1,999||R599||20gb||4c||6GB||Quad XEON 2.13GHZ|
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