ServerPoint.com, a leading provider of web hosting, dedicated and cloud services for nearly 20 years, announces its new brand, ColossusCloud.com.
For years, the brand ColossusCloud has been synonymous with ServerPoint’s high performance virtualization platform. Now, on its third generation, ColossusCloud has become a leading platform of Windows and Linux virtual machines to tens of thousands of customers around the world.
“We’ve been hosting virtual servers since 2006 and we feel we can convey a better message by dedicating an entire website to just this service”, says Erik Johnson, CTO of ServerPoint.com.
The ColossusCloud platform was built by the development team at Serverpoint.com and hosted on their own line of high performance dedicated servers, powered by RAID storage systems, dual E5 Xeon CPUs and up 256GBs of RAM per node. It is available on the US west coast as well as the east coast, with more locations coming soon.
Along with this new website, ColossusCloud now offers a free trial providing all new clients with a $25 credit to create and try out their first virtual machine. Also, all virtual machines are at 65% off their original price.
Established in 1998, ServerPoint.com is a respected web hosting company that offers the highest quality Linux and Windows web hosting services, dedicated server hosting and cloud VPS hosting services to thousands of customers worldwide. ServerPoint.com’s core values are aimed at providing customer-focused, high-performance web hosting services tailored to meet specific needs of each individual customer. With a wholly owned and fully redundant network, top quality server hardware and professional support, ServerPoint.com provides customers with improved service levels and a powerful and secure web hosting environment.
For more information, contact:
ServerPoint.com, http://www.ServerPoint.com, 888.605.6775
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