Host1Plus Has Launched Its First VPS Hosting Location in Africa
The international hosting provider Host1Plus has launched a new South Africa VPS Hosting location in Johannesburg, the Republic of South Africa.
London, United Kingdom, December 31, 2013
Host1Plus a UK based hosting provider has launched a new VPS hosting location in Africa. Starting from January 2, 2014, Host1Plus clients will be able to order VPS Hosting service, provided from Johannesburg, South Africa, this way increasing the stability and lowering latency for online projects, that are targeted to audiences in South Africa and the whole African region.
“We are proud to announce the launch of our newest VPS server location in Johannesburg, South Africa, as this date also marks a very important step to our company – bringing our award-winning service into a new continent. We believe that this new VPS server location will help us build and maintain a long lasting relationship with our South African clients”, said Andrius Kazlauskas, Co-founder and CEO of Host1Plus.
The new location in Johannesburg is completely equipped with the most reliable UPS power supply system, robust ventilation and air conditioning systems, as well as a wide range of security equipment, techniques and procedures to control, monitor and record access to the facility.
VPS Hosting plans in South Africa will not differ from other Host1Plus locations in regards of disc space, bandwidth or the amount of domains allowed. However, the prices may vary due to the country’s market specifics.
Host1Plus is an international cloud computing technologies empowered hosting company which provides shared hosting, Linux and Windows Cloud hosting, VPS hosting, Reseller hosting, Dedicated servers, domain name registration services and SSL certificates. Together with web hosting that comes with unlimited bandwidth, Host1Plus can boast about the main values which are essential to an international web hosting company – stability, reliability and great support team. Host1Plus is based in London, United Kingdom; some operations are directed from Kaunas, Lithuania and Frankfurt, Germany.