MSP Cloud Feature Article
June 06, 2012

YesUp Unveils New Dedicated Hosting Services

YesUp Ecommerce Solutions has announced that the company has introduced a newly designed website,, which provides all users a unique server hosting solution. The company provides dedicated server hosting solutions to its clients.

A dedicated hosting service is a type of Internet hosting where the user leases a whole server not shared with anyone. As companies have full control over the server(s), including choice of operating system, hardware, etc, this is more flexible than shared hosting. Server administration can usually be offered by the hosting company as an add-on service.

As this launch assists the reconstruction of YesUp’s data center – one of the few data centers that runs on green technology in Toronto, Canada, the introduction of will be a key improvement for the company. In the areas of high quality design, programming, technical expertise and marketing innovation, YesUp always look to deliver e-commerce solutions to its clients, the company stated in a press release.

“We truly believe this new service that YesUp provides will not only meet the needs of our customers, but it helps strengthen our position in this rapidly growing industry. By introducing, we put ourselves in a better position to serve our customers and help to expose them to another way to optimize their website,” says Jeff Zeng, CEO of YesUp Ecommerce Solutions Inc. “The technology of today is the future of tomorrow.”

Dedicated web server hosting is a booming business. Recently, AMD (News - Alert) launched its latest solution with the introduction of the new AMD Opteron 3200 Series processor as part of its ongoing Web/Cloud initiative. Dedicated Web hosting users looking for enterprise-class dependability have a new choice that provides: Great value with up to 38 percent better price performance and up to 19 percent less power per core than the competition; ECC memory and server reliability features at a low price-point.

Edited by Brooke Neuman

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