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Prevention is Better than Cure

Posted on June 16th, 2014 by Sarah Holt

UK2 Group techie Keith Anderson outlines some simple beginners’ tips for protecting your dedicated server… About Sarah HoltSarah Holt is a journalist and author. Her work has been published in the Guardian and The Observer, among other places. After hours, she’s a bookworm, a chocoholic, and a serial bubble bath taker. She’s addicted to travelling…

About Sarah Holt

Sarah Holt is a journalist and author. Her work has been published in the Guardian and The Observer, among other places. After hours, she’s a bookworm, a chocoholic, and a serial bubble bath taker. She’s addicted to travelling and spas. Her philosophy for life is live and let live. You can tweet her at @sarahholt01 or find her on Google+.

What Are The Benefits Of Dedicated Server Hosting?

Posted on May 2nd, 2014 by Sarah Holt

You may have heard the term “dedicated server hosting” and wondered what it meant or how it could be beneficial to you and your business. In a nutshell, dedicated server hosting offers the capabilities and resources of an entire server to one business or website without having to share that server with other sites and…

About Sarah Holt

Sarah Holt is a journalist and author. Her work has been published in the Guardian and The Observer, among other places. After hours, she’s a bookworm, a chocoholic, and a serial bubble bath taker. She’s addicted to travelling and spas. Her philosophy for life is live and let live. You can tweet her at @sarahholt01 or find her on Google+.

IPv6 and What your Hosting Provider Needs to Do

Posted on October 3rd, 2012 by Jake Neeley

It was only recently that nearly 3,000 websites, ISPs, router vendors and hosting providers, including Midphase, enabled IPv6 on their internal data center networks, marking a major milestone in the growth of the Internet. Since IPv4 addresses are running out, or have run out in certain parts of the world, the new protocol was required…

About Jake Neeley

Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Dedicated Servers, Please be Quieter While you Serve Web Pages

Posted on September 4th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

Besides conserving energy, a critical goal in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and power consumption to save costs, a datacenter facility also strives to reduce noise – a complex and tricky task. About Jake NeeleyJake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time…

About Jake Neeley

Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

New dedicated server lineup increases performance by 80%!

Posted on July 31st, 2012 by Clint Reeves

How is this possible?  The new Intel Xeon Processor E5-2600 family uses the latest iteration in Intel manufacturing processes to suck as much performance as it can out of minute transistors and a new technology called Tri-gate 3D. The microarchitecture has been code named Ivy Bridge, a successor to the heralded Sandy Bridge transistor technology…

Inside the new Midphase Xeon E5 family of dedicated servers

Posted on July 30th, 2012 by Clint Reeves

New does not always been better, but in this case it does.  The E5-2600 product family just released by Intel has been added to the Midphase lineup and the performance gains exhibited by these dedicated server ‘beasts’ are impressive. While we have mentioned the amazing Ivy Bridge microarchitecture in previous blog posts, there are many…

Server uptime tops list of Midphase customer requirements

Posted on July 28th, 2012 by Clint Reeves

A recent survey by the Midphase engineering team confirms that Server Uptime is the number 1 consideration when considering a dedicated server from an affordable hosting company. Generally, this requirement also goes hand-in-hand with a dedicated Service Level Agreement (SLA) which spells out specifically what website customers can expect if they sign up for a…

Top reasons to deploy a dedicated server

Posted on May 28th, 2012 by Clint Reeves

You already know that Google is rewarding websites, which load faster than others. Google has released recent data that suggests that desktop websites are still 1.5x faster than mobile sites. According to Google this is unacceptable and speed must become a critical metric when designing your site, especially for mobile. However, speed is often linked…

Zombies!!!

Posted on January 29th, 2010 by Noah

It’s time to start revving up those chainsaws – the zombie apocalypse is among us! Ok, so maybe it’s not the zombie apocalypse (as inevitable as it is), but we have unleashed our new Zombie dedicated servers onto the unsuspecting masses. About Noah HalterMail | Web | More Posts (9)

Celebrate with 50% OFF server hosting!

Posted on September 16th, 2009 by Tom

The nerds have been busy at Midphase towers. Not only have we updated our range of server hosting and server management upgrades, but we’re also running a massive 50% off promotion to celebrate. The 50% off offer is really simple and there are no hidden costs, minimum contracts, or strings attached. Simply put we’re offering…

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