Catalog.com Windows Intel P4 2.4 Ghz dedicated server
Intel P4 2.40 GHz 512 MB RAM Dedicated Server
Built on NT Technology, the Windows® 2000 Platform delivers the business operating system for the next generation of PC computing. With built-in Web and application services, Internet-standard security, and record-breaking performance at a low cost, it's the best operating system for doing business on the Internet.
Technicians respond immediately to any alarms our monitoring system sends out.
HARDWARE REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE
On-site spares ensure you get back online ASAP should your hardware fail for any reason
24 x 7 x 365 MONITORING
Standard Monitoring of http is included with every package. Monitoring of smtp, pop3, ftp and nntp protocols is available.
5 MULTI-HOMED BACKBONE CONNECTIONS
Sprint, COX, and Savvis
In 1994, Catalog.com was the first company in the world to offer shared hosting. Shared hosting is running multiple websites on the same server (computer). We broke the pricing barrier significantly by selling hosting for $30 per month when most providers were over $100 and many as high as $1,000 per month.
Now in 2003, we have introduced our Hosting Club product which takes Hosting to a new level. The services we offer in our Everything Hosting product for just $25 a year are unheard of in the industry. You get 24 x 7 technical support, daily backups, and use of your own domain. Not to mention, our hosting is ran on world class Sun servers with multiple backbone connections utilizing BGP routing. No one in the hosting market except for Catalog.com offers this type of performance to their customers
Catalog.com means reliability. 24x7 customer service, backups (snapshots taken every 15 minutes), dual power grids, uninterruptible power supply (ups), 5 multi-homed backbone connections utilizing bgp for route redundancy.
The Catalog.com network consists of 5 Multi-homed Backbone connections utilizing BGP for route redundancy. These connections total over 300 MBPS of total available bandwidth from AT&T, Cable & Wireless, Cox, Savvis and Sprint. We constantly monitor our network and provision to add capacity when any of our backbone connections become over 65% utilized.