ServerPronto has entered into an agreement with BlazeIP to be the first-ever hosting company to license its revolutionary "Project IPS" technology. Project IPS is a patent-pending data center technology that allows IT admins to move a cloud server, virtual machine, or dedicated server back and forth between cities with a click of a button –without changing IP addresses.
More specifically, Blaze IP built a system on top of its patent-pending technology that allows IT admins to schedule a server to move to data centers in different cities manually, automatically, on a clock, or via an API in the event of a power, network, database, internal server or other systems failure--with no service interruption for the end user.
"With BlazeIP technology, ServerPronto offers the most reliable dedicated server and cloud hosting solutions on the market," said
For the first time in history, BlazeIP creates hardened data center redundancy. The same level of redundancy available inside a data center within a cloud is now available between multiple data centers in multiple cities. This is vital from a disaster recovery perspective. Unlike IP tunneling, which is limited by processors, firewalls and bandwidth, Blaze IP's patent-pending technology allows IP sharing across a wide area network--something many industry watchers said could not be done.
"From a disaster recovery perspective alone, this is a major breakthrough," Kurzweg said. "We have been testing the BlazeIP platform since
ServerPronto currently has customers in 130 nations. ServerPronto, the hosting Subsidiary of Infolink, has been leading a low-cost revolution in the hosting industry since 2003. ServerPronto has broken the price barrier for cloud hosting in secured and reinforced Data Centers with redundant power, lightning fast fiber connections, and 24x7x365 support from a staff with more than 14 years of experience in operating data centers. Learn more at http://www.serverpronto.com.
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