We are happy to announce that we now able to offer dedicated servers with redundant power supplies as well as servers on redundant (A+B) power feeds. The redundant power supply means that your server gets two power connections. Each drawing about 50% of the servers power. If one PSU fails then the other takes over.
Remember back a couple of years and Pentium 4 CPUs were nearly hitting 4Ghz? Then along came the new Core 2 Duos and we were back to a mere 2Ghz (albeit with these new 'cores'). Intel has been pushing performance via efficiency (e.g. multiple cores) not brute Ghz. But that has always hampered 'straight-line' performance.… Continue reading Sandy Bridge servers in stock; get one quick