Netelligent, Savvis Add New Canadian Web Hosting Services

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If you’re looking for web hosting in the cloud in Canada, you’re in luck. Two major web hosting companies, Netelligent and Savvis, are adding new cloud web hosting services in Canada. Netelligent’s new service is called NETEL CLOUD. It offers white-label cloud hosting in Canada for resellers who want to provide services to businesses of all sizes. The new service uses XEN virtualization technology and redundancy at every level of the hosting environment. It starts at $21 per month.

Those interested in Netelligent Hosting in the cloud can choose between Advanced Cloud Machines and a Cloud Virtual Datacenter. The first service offers up to 21.3Ghz of vCPU, 192GB of RAM, 750MBps of port speed, and a wide variety of data storage options, including SAS, SATA, and hybrid solutions. Customers can use the service within minutes of placing their order.

Advanced Cloud Machines comes in a variety of levels and pricing schemes to suit both those who have basic needs all the way up to businesses with complex, mission-critical hosting requirements. Customers can choose from Linux or Windows platforms and can use cPanel, Direct Admin, or Plesk control panels.

Netelligent’s Cloud Virtual Datacenter offers users (primarily hosting resellers) a completely integrated multi-server Cloud Hosting environment. It scales to as many CPUs as needed, and starts at $399 per month. For full details on these new services, visit the Web Host Industry Review item.

Meanwhile, Savvis, a CenturyLink company, unveiled Savvis Symphony Virtual Private Data Center (VPDC) cloud services to clients in Canada through its data center in Toronto. Symphony VPDC is an enterprise-class virtual private data center that offers multi-tiered security, service, and network profiles. With three service levels (Essential, Balanced, and Premier), customers can receive a range of features, support levels, and performance to suit their needs.

Symphony VPDC is suited for users who require web hosting, test/development, mission-critical, and other applications. It can also support hybrid cloud solutions that leverage Savvis’ managed hosting, colocation, and network services.

Globally, Savvis operates a Tier 1 application transport network and more than 50 data centers with more than 2 million square feet of raised floor space designed to support enterprise IT operations. The Canada launch of Symphony VPDC is the latest sign of the company’s cloud expansion worldwide; it has also expanded similar services into Hong Kong and Japan.

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