Cloud host SingleHop has made a few announcements this week, including a partnership with communications and technology consulting and co-sourcing firm TeleProviders, and a new commitment to its customers that it is calling SingleHop Advantage.
The SingleHop Advantage isn’t a new set of services, but rather seems to be a new marketing approach for the web hosting provider. As part of the SingleHop Advantage, the company vows to offer more choice, automation, and a guarantee of premium service to its customers. The SLA, what SingleHop calls its customers’ Bill of Rights, remains the same.
As for the partnership, the agreement will see TeleProviders offering SingleHop cloud services to its customers as part of its broad technology services portfolio.
Also this week, SingleHop introduced several cloud updates through a new release, including features such as Snapshot Manager for Public Cloud in LEAP3, Localized Cascade Images, and significant speed increases in LEAP3.
“From a product and services perspective, SingleHop has moved in lock step with the market. SingleHop’s solutions can ‘scale up’ and ‘scale out.’ Clients have the ability to dynamically (increase) storage, RAM and CPUs as needed. Coupled with a solid architecture, which includes VMware and Cisco, SingleHop is a strong choice for our clients cloud workloads,” TeleProviders director of converged cloud and data Jo Peterson said.
TeleProviders is a growing firm with a range of established partners whose services they sell to clients as a value-added broker. Those partners include Verizon, CenturyLink, Savvis, and Rackspace.
SingleHop updated its bare metal dedicated servers recently to improve performance.