HostColor launches dedicated 10 Gigabit servers in New York

HostColor launches dedicated 10 Gigabit servers in New York

LinkedIn (HC) has been launched Dedicated server in New York Plans. The Company’s NY-based hosting services are provided by its data centers – Teleport, Staten Island, and DataBank, New Jersey. The 10 Gigabit based server plans start with an allowable bandwidth of 2 Gbps and scale up to a full 10GbE internet connection.

The entry-level 1 Gigabit dedicated hosting service offers Intel Xeon D-1530 based servers with 6 CPU cores, 16 GB RAM, 480 SSD hard drive and 250 Mbit/s bandwidth on a 1 Gbit/s internet connection port.

The budget hosted in NY 10 Gbps dedicated servers have Intel Xeon E5-2695v2 or E5-2695v3 based physical machines with 64 GB or 128 GB RAM and a combination of 2x 800 GB SSD or 2x 960 GB SSD hard drives. You have a guaranteed 2 Gbps internet bandwidth quota that can be scaled up to a full 10 Gigabit bandwidth port.

All dedicated servers are instantly activated with CentOS 7, Ubuntu 18, 20 or 22, Debian 10 or 11, Rocky Linux 8 or CloudLinux 7 operating systems. Serve configurations with other Linux distributions or Windows operating systems are delivered within up to 24 hours.

“HC now offers a variety of dedicated, high-bandwidth bare metal and cloud servers. All network services are customizable. We deploy virtual private networks and bespoke security solutions based on customer preference,” says Dani Stoychev, HostColor’s Supervisor of Operations.

HostColor customers can also use Proxmox 7 or VMware ESXi 6.7 virtualization technologies and create their own dedicated cloud infrastructure. The dedicated cloud setups have a fixed monthly cost that doesn’t increase with resource usage. HC does not charge clients for IOPS, DNS zones, DNS queries, or for every 1GB of data transfer. Unlike the services offered by the so-called “major clouds”, HostColor’s dedicated public or private cloud IaaS services offer free infrastructure support.


HC has been an IT infrastructure and web hosting service provider since…

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