RackHigh Doubles Bandwidth offering on all Dedicated Servers


Apr 14, 2014 - RackHigh, the Middle East based, on-demand dedicated server provider, is known for offering premium services at affordable prices, and now with greater bandwidth allowances on base server configurations, those prices are even more attractive.

As a result of the growing diversity of computing devices, an increase of advanced multimedia and video traffic, faster and more widely available broadband accessibility, and many other contributing factors, global IP traffic is forecast to be 1.3 zettabytes by 2016 (Cisco). Consequently, RackHigh has also experienced significant hikes in overall bandwidth usage.

“In just 12 months, we've experienced a 38% increase in bandwidth usage,” said Shafiq Ur Rehman, CEO for RackHigh. “In order to help resellers and other clients compensate for the new normal in bandwidth usage, we've upgraded standard bandwidth allowances by one hundred percent.”

About RackHigh

RackHigh is a dedicated server and cloud hosting company in the Saudi Arabia that offers highly scalable, automated, on-demand infrastructure and value added services to both end-users and resellers. With clients in 120 countries, three geographically dispersed Saudi Arabian-based data centers and a new facility in Los Angeles, CA; RackHigh provides dedicated, cloud, and managed services to more than 2,000 customers with 2,500+ servers online. RackHigh delivers state-of-the-art resources and services with industry-leading deployment time and custom support.

PR Contact: Sohail Naqvi (Media Manager)

Address:

6th Floor, Saudi Business Center

21955 An Nouzhah Street

Makkah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Phone: call free on +1 (0) 855 547 1363

Or international on +1 (0) 877 682 6602

Fax: +1 (0) 866 913 9745

Email us at: pr@rackhigh.com

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