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July 07, 2010

AYKsolutions Partners with SoftLayer to Offer Custom Dedicated Servers

By Anshu Shrivastava, TMCnet Contributor

AYKsolutions, a provider of shared, reseller, dedicated servers, VPS, and cloud hosting solutions, has announced that it has begun offering custom dedicated servers in Dallas, Seattle, and Washington D.C.
In collaboration with SoftLayer (News - Alert), the company is offering these dedicated servers that combine key features from both the companies. Also, dedicated servers offered through the partnership are fully customizable. Company officials said that the features include SoftLayer's robust national network and AYKsolutions' semi-managed hosting plans.
With semi-managed dedicated servers, clients can save money unlike fully-managed dedicated servers. Also, they can still receive a core of important services, including DoS monitoring, hack recovery and dissection, configuration assistance, and full control panel support.
SoftLayer's network comes with more than 1,000 Gbps of connectivity between three data centers and seven points of presence across the United States. Company officials said that it consists of a variety of top-tier transit providers, including Global Crossing, Internap, Level3, NTT America, Qwest (News - Alert), Comcast, Time Warner, Equinix and Telefonica.
All AYKsolutions dedicated servers include at least 100TB of monthly data transfer on a dedicated 1Gbps port -- a service not offered directly by SoftLayer. Moreover, clients also receive access to a dedicated server management portal, allowing them to perform remote reboots, automatic operating system reloads, rDNS configuration.
Artyom Khmelnitsky, president at AYKsolutions, said that by leveraging AYKsolutions' existing strengths with SoftLayer's multi-million dollar network infrastructure, "we have created a high-quality, affordable dedicated hosting solution."
With this latest announcement, AYKsolutions now offers dedicated servers in seven American cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Miami, and Seattle.
Earlier in May, the company introduced a variety of new features in its Denver-based data center facility, including no-charge KVM over IP that enables clients to use a keyboard, video monitor, and mouse to control their servers remotely.

Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anshu's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Erin Monda

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