RESTON, VA, FEBRUARY 29, 2016
Big Brain Global Networks (BBGN) launched a new line of dedicated servers in their metro-Washington, D.C. area data center.
CEO Brian Smith said, “This is an exciting time for the hosting industry, especially as business computing needs continue to grow and become more sophisticated. We are happy that we are able to meet our clients’ demands and bring this next generation technology to the DC metro area.”
Intel’s new E3-1230v5 series processors are powering our new lineup of servers which supports up to 64 GB of DDR4 memory, and comes standard with 2×1 terabyte enterprise SATA drives, and Solid State Drives are available upon request. These dedicated servers are ideal for virtualization, e-commerce sites, e-mail hosting, WHM/cPanel hosting, database hosting, and software development. For more information, please visit http://www.bigbrainglobal.com.
Quick Server Facts:
· Intel E3-1230v5 3.4 – 3.8Ghz Quad Core Processor
· 8 – 64 GB of DDR4 Memory
· Enterprise SATA or SSD Hardware RAID Storage
· Free IPMI (KVM-over-IP)
· 1,000 Mbps Network Uplink
· Multiple Operating Systems (CentOS, Ubuntu, Windows, Citrix, VMware, etc.)
· Supported by the 24/7 Brainiac Support Team
About Big Brain Global Networks
Big Brain LLC, the owner of Big Brain Global Networks, provides managed hosting solutions to individuals and businesses alike. Our Brainiac Support team provides our customers with solutions to complex business problems through a personalized customer experience approach. Big Brain Global’s portfolio of services includes co-location, dedicated environments, virtual machines, web hosting, and domain registration. Through partnering with other strong businesses we are able to provide our clients with reliable network speeds, uptime, and access to software license subscriptions that successfully improve the overall user experience. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Big Brain Global Networks serves individuals and businesses in more than 75 countries through its network of servers in Washington, D.C. metro area, Lenoir, North Carolina, and London, UK.