Singaporean web hosting company Web Hosting Butter announced on Monday it has launched its new cloud hosting services, which are designed to meet the demands of its clients.
The Singapore hosting market has been growing in recent years. To meet this demand for hosting services, many hosting and IT services companies have expanded their data center footprint there in recent months, including Verizon Communications, SoftLayer, and Global Switch.
This is only further supported by a recent Gartner report that saw spending on data center services in the Asia Pacific region reach $10 billion in 2011, while web hosting and colocation were $2.5 billion.
The company’s press release and website did not disclose the details of the cloud hosting packages, only that they provide complete 24-hour customer support.
Besides cloud hosting, Web Hosting Butter provides VPS hosting, dedicated server hosting and managed services.
“Web Hosting Butter together with our partners in the business such as cPanel, Dell, Parallels and APNIC, clients are guaranteed a steady flow of website maintenance and with our world-class data center, premium connections are provided worldwide,” said online sales representative of Web Hosting Butter.
Web Hosting Butter offers full support to clients around the clock, all year round. The company’s Singapore data center features Dell PowerEdge Servers and Dell PowerConnect Switches backed by a 4-hour hardware SLA.
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