We would like to announce that we have now adjusted our plans to have double and triple the bandwidth. Unlike our competition who do not even include bandwidth in there plans we have set our plans more in line with the dedicated server standards.
- Hive 1 512MB Ram 20GB Disk 500GB Bandwidth $45p/m
- Hive 2 1GB Ram 40GB Disk 1000GB BW $75p/m
- Hive 3 2GB Ram 80GB Disk 2000GB BW $140p/m
- Hive 4 4GB Ram 160GB Disk 3000GB BW $250p/m
- Hive 5 8GB Ram 320GB Disk 4000GB BW $450p/m
- Hive 6 16GB Ram 640GB Disk 5000GB BW $800p/m
We are just out of beta and a lot of stuff is still being tweaked.
All cloud virtual machines come standard with a 1GB port for public and private. Centralized storage with replication is used for the virtual machine drives using ISCSI. Every node is connected with 10GB Ethernet to a redundant stacked switch, the top and bottom of the stack have redundant connections back to the core switches and the storage servers. Also comes standard is IDP/IDS protection for all virtual machines with a database of over 10,000 attack signatures worms, Trojans and hacks are at a minimal entering the network.
We use XEN virtualzation technology for each virtual machine , and all have paravirtualization optimization drivers installed. We are able to do live migrations from node to node across the cloud without downtime.
We also offer NAS / NFS storage for sharing data across multiple virtual machines.
Our network is based on the GigeNET Network which is renowned for its performance and stability. Details below.
100% Uptime SLA Network - Internap FCP Optimized
- Our network at GigeNET has been designed from the bottom to the top for absolute performance and reliability. We took no shortcuts and spent several months building what is one of the highest performing networks in the US.
Connectivity to following carriers:
- Juniper MX480's for Edge Routers
- 6509's for Core Routers
- 6513's for Distribution / Customer Access switch
- InterNAP FCP 10GX (Intelligent Route optimizer)
- Connectivity to two separate carrier hotels using diverse fiber paths with protected fiber rings
- Comcast Peering
- Private Peering
Traditional networks are managed using BGP, a protocol that attempts to improve network performance by measuring the distance (number of hops) between the end user and the server they are accessing. The shortest distance between two points is not always the fastest. Utilizing Internap's FCP-10Gx routing optimization appliance, every path out from our network is continuously monitored for latency, packet loss, route stability, and congestion. This method of routing optimization ensures maximum network performance, giving you up to 50% faster network speeds over BGP.
With the large selection of carriers touching all parts of the world from North America, Asia Pacific and Europe; and the combination of the Intelligent Routing; ping, jitter, and brownouts are minimal.