22nd November 2013 - CWCS Managed Hosting (www.cwcs.co.uk) has announced that it is offering unlimited data transfer (often referred to as bandwidth) with all its cloud server packages. This not only brings down the cost of CWCS cloud servers, but also means customers will no longer pay more if, for example, their website traffic unexpectedly increases.
By choosing CWCS Managed Hosting, customers get fast, reliable and secure hosting with high quality technical support 24/7/365. CWCS cloud servers are now even more cost-effective because the removal of data transfer charges has lowered the prices, while at the same time removing any worry or concern about going over a particular limit or quota.
Karl Mendez, Managing Director at CWCS commented “Not only does unlimited data transfer lower costs for anyone using our cloud servers, it takes away the worry if, for example, there’s a sudden increase in a customer’s website traffic. We can offer unlimited bandwidth because we run, manage and operate our own data centers, using high specification equipment and servers with a deliberately built-in amount of spare capacity.”
He continues: “CWCS is one of the first UK hosting companies to offer cloud servers with unlimited data transfer because, not only does it offer increased value to our clients, but it also takes away any concerns about higher costs associated with increased traffic.”
In recent years, CWCS has invested heavily in its cloud infrastructure. It has a policy of continuous improvement and regularly adds more resources, equipment and facilities to increase performance and capacity.
Unlimited data transfer is available on CWCS Managed Hosting’s recommended cloud server plans, as well as any cloud servers that clients have configured themselves and ordered online using CWCS’s cloud server configuration tool. It also includes cloud servers ordered direct from CWCS via one of the company’s hosting consultants.
CWCS cloud servers are reliable, flexible, convenient and cost-effective. The company offers a wide range of Linux and Windows specifications, and all their cloud services are delivered from their UK data centers.