The users "Dedicated 100 Mbps Unmetered" dedicated server plan can also take advantage of the Content Delivery Network (CDN) options that Host Color has recently added to service. One of them is the CloudFlare, a CDN which can be added as a non-paid, complimentary service to the dedicated server accounts. This CDN operates from 14 data centers worldwide. It makes possible for visitors of servers and websites hosted in Host Color's network to open web pages from the nearest point, which makes any website loading very fast. The technology used by the CloudFlare CDN compresses the data on the websites and stops illegitimate requests, so the servers concentrate on legitimate traffic.
The benefits of using the this CDN on HostColor.com Dedicated Hosting account feature: faster website load on web browsers, lower CPU usage, bot and threat protection, spam comments protection, alerting visitors of infected computers, and improved total website performance. A test with the fist accounts which have activated CloudFlare on Host Color’s servers showed that websites load very fast on a web browser. The also have a lower ping time from 60 major IT regions including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Hong Kong and more.
Host Color operates a fully-redundant, 100% uptime SLA guarantee network with uplinks to Level 3, Cogent and Internap in a high-class data center located 90 miles from Chicago in South Bend, Indiana. The company ensures lowest possible latency to any point in North America and Europe. Alongside with the new product launch the web hosting service provider started a campaign to promote the 100 Mbps unmetered hosting service. It released a discount code 100MBPS which allows owners of high traffic websites an applications to get a dedicated server with 100 Mbps quality unmetered bandwidth with 42.7% instant savings.
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Host Color ( http://www.hostcolor.com ) is a U.S. IT hosting provider incorporated in Delaware. Its servers are located in data centers in data centers in South Bend, Indiana, U.S. and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.