New servers, new names, new prices

Each year, old technology is replaced by new, bringing us faster, better computers and servers (among other things, of course). has now released some new dedicated servers, and with that, updated our pricing and the way we name our servers. Gone are the old Solo, Prime, Edge, Pro, and Extreme servers that were a part of the Superb dedicated server line-up for so long; to help make things more clear, we’ve gone to a naming scheme that describes the server processor. The Solo servers had been moved to our Clearance Server section for quite some time now, but the other four classes of servers, Prime, Edge, Pro, and Extreme have been replaced by Single Processor Dual Core, Single Processor Quad Core, Dual Processor Dual Core, and Dual Processor Quad Core, respectively. As mentioned, we updated our prices with the new names, and several Dual Xeon dedicated servers have been shifted over to our Clearance Servers – there’s even a timely promotion on Clearance Servers on the Clearance Server page.

New server configurations:

Intel Kentsfield X3220 Quad-Core Xeon 2.4 GHz, 1GB RAM, 250GB SATA HD, 2,000GB monthly traffic (Single Processor Quad Core)

Intel Harpertown E5405 Quad-Core Dual Xeon 2.0GHz, 2GB RAM, 500GB SATA HD, 2,000GB monthly traffic (Dual Processor Quad Core)

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