Web Hosting Raises Bandwidth on Dedicated Servers to 10TB

In an announcement made by web hosting company HostGator, it is said that the company raised the bandwidth allocation for all dedicated servers to 10TB without any cost. This comes as good news for existing customers whose servers have automatically been enhanced.

“We are constantly working to improve our services and make our offerings even more attractive to our clients.”  Said Brent Oxley, Founder and Chairman of HostGator. “We are excited about increasing the bandwidth allowance on all dedicated servers at no additional charge. This will allow our clients to expand their business and reduce expenses.”

HostGator prize winner customer support available round the clock controls all the dedicated servers. Some of the features from HostGator include cutting edge hardware for servers, free of cost cPanel licensed control panel and an uptime guarantee of about 99 percent. HostGator works from the best data centers in the US. The starting price of the dedicated servers from HostGator is only $139.

About HostGator

A world renowned company providing shared, reseller and dedicated web hosting LLC is a privately owned company working from Houston Texas. The company was established in the year 2002 by Brent Oxley who began working from his dorm room in Florida Atlantic University. From then onwards the company has earned its place among the largest hosting providers being named the 21st fastest growing private company of 2008 by Inc Magazine. HostGator has more than 12,000 servers working under it with over 5.7 million domains contributing more than 2% of the website Traffic in US.

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