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Web Services provider, ResellerClub launches Dedicated Servers targeted at Enterprise Level Clients

NEW YORK, March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Last week, ResellerClub added a brand new offering to its Product Portfolio - Dedicated Servers. With this launch, the company believes that its resellers can become a one-stop shop for all essential Web Services needed to establish an online presence.

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Starting at an introductory price of just $81 per month, ResellerClub's dedicated servers are powered by Intel Xeon E3 Quad Core Processors and Super Micro Blade Servers. They use OpenStack to facilitate Instant Provisioning of servers – something that other providers may take 5-6 hours to provision. The servers come with up to 16 GB RAM, and processor speeds of up to 3.20 GHz.

Resellers will be able to customize their servers completely and easily upgrade for more backup options. Every server also comes with the ability to instantly add extra storage via a SAN device and users can purchase between 50 GB - 500 GB of additional storage at a time. Resellers also get 2 Free IPs with each server.

Shridhar Luthria, General Manager & Business Head of ResellerClub said "Over the past couple of years, we have worked relentlessly to build up a wide portfolio of robust Hosting Products that we can offer to our resellers. We have gradually integrated everything from Shared Hosting, to Enterprise Email and now Dedicated Servers! With this range of hosting products, we hope to offer our resellers a wider product suite to choose from that will consequently allow them to target a larger client base."

Dedicated Servers is an ideal solution for users operating high traffic websites with thousands of hits or more per month. The power and flexibility of the Dedicated Server also makes it the perfect cost-effective enterprise solution for IT professionals and Small Businesses or for someone that wishes to build and host their own custom application(s).

ResellerClub is currently offering Dedicated Servers at a special promotional price starting at $81 per month. To find out more information about their latest offering, please visit: http://www.resellerclub.com/products/dedicated-servers

About ResellerClub:

The ResellerClub platform powers some of the World's most popular Web Hosts, Domain Resellers, Web Designers and Technology Consultants. ResellerClub provides scalable and secure Shared Hosting, Reseller Hosting, VPS Solutions as well as Dedicated Servers, in addition to a comprehensive suite of gTLDs, ccTLDs, new gTLDs and other essential Web Presence Products.

Current Partners: Over 100,000

Domains Served: Over 5 Million

Server Locations: US, United Kingdom, India, Hong Kong

Team Strength: 100+

Keywords: Dedicated Servers, Dedicated Hosting, Enterprise Hosting, OpenStack, Intel Xeon, Micro Blade Servers, Shridhar Luthria, ResellerClub, Web Hosting

Karthik Balachander, [email protected], +91 (22) 3079 7676 extn: 7751.

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