(Gawkwire) – PhotonVPS, a worldwide leader in Enterprise Virtual Private Servers, today marked three years in business by announcing substantial upgrades to its infrastructure and hosting services.
The infrastructure upgrades offer a wide range of benefits. Namely, the upgrades improve the company’s ability to detect and neutralize incoming DDoS attacks. As part of the upgrades, PhotonVPS has upgraded major distribution routers in company’s data center, and added new peering capacity – the company now has more than 40 GBps of peering capacity.
PhotonVPS has also upgraded internal monitoring systems in order to better detect problematic nodes, enabling the company’s 24/7 Network Operations Center (NOC) to proactively identify and respond to potential problems. The company has also hired additional technical support engineers to provide even faster response times.
“Our company pioneered the model for Enterprise Virtual Private Servers, which has attracted many large businesses to this market. As we have grown, we have continued to reach new performance benchmarks in cooperation with our vendors, and we have continued to build out our infrastructure. Today’s announcement demonstrates our commitment to maintaining a next-generation hosting environment,” said Jimmy Lu, Vice President of Operations for PhotonVPS. “Most importantly, our obsession with customer satisfaction has enabled our customers to thrive. Many of our customers who started with just one Virtual Private Server now have 5, 10, or more.”
In addition to domestic network upgrades, PhotonVPS has also formed a new peering relationship with ChinaTelecom. The new 10GBps connection will cut latency times and improve throughput for connections between the United States and China. No other hosting provider on the West Coast of the United States has this level of peering relationship with ChinaTelecom.
For more information, please visit: http://www.photonvps.com/