HostRound is excited to announce the availability of its dedicated hosting solutions featuring the powerful AMD EPYC 4th generation processors, specifically the EPYC 9354P with 32 cores, 64 threads, and 256M Cache. Alongside this impressive CPU, customers can enjoy an exceptional hardware configuration with 384GB of high-speed DDR5 RAM operating at 4800MHz and lightning-fast PCIe 4.0 NVMe drives.
These cutting-edge components are exclusively available at HostRound LLC’s Dallas, TX (DTX1) data center location. This combination of advanced hardware ensures exceptional performance, expanded memory capacity, and blazing-fast storage speeds, providing customers with a high-performance infrastructure that prioritizes speed, efficiency, and reliability.
Furthermore, as part of our commitment to delivering cutting-edge hosting solutions, we are expanding our infrastructure by adding new cloud-ready nodes to our VPS/Cloud infrastructure powered by the AMD EPYC 4th Gen. 32 and 64 cores. These nodes are designed to offer virtual servers on robust hardware, providing enhanced performance and flexibility to our VPS and Cloud customers.
At HostRound, we strive to stay at the forefront of technology and continuously improve our services. With the addition of AMD EPYC 4th Gen., we empower our customers with advanced capabilities and reliable infrastructure.
Thank you for choosing HostRound as your hosting provider. We look forward to providing you with exceptional hosting services and support.
In recent years, cloud infrastructure has become one of the most essential parts of modern businesses. Cloud services have grown from a relatively niche area of IT, to become a mainstream business solution. While companies large and small once stored their data on owned and operated hardware, the trend has now shifted so that businesses rely on data centers and decentralized server networks for their data storage and computational tasks. There’s no sign that cloud adoption is slowing down.
The largest cloud service providers are growing exponentially. Microsoft’s Azure Cloud Services division generates more than 22% of the company’s total revenue, beating Windows and other Server Products. Amazon, the world’s largest cloud service provider, generates 16% of its total revenue from AWS Cloud.
Why are companies from small businesses to large enterprises investing so heavily in the cloud, and what does this mean for your own business?
What is the Cloud?
The cloud is often thrown around as a buzzword and this can make it difficult to grasp as a concept. The most important thing to recognize about the cloud is that it simply refers to remote servers rather than on-site servers. The remote servers sit in data centers around the world. Continue reading Why are Enterprises Investing so Heavily in the Cloud?
More than 5.2 billion people have access to and use the internet almost every single day. That’s more than 65% of the global population. As a platform to communicate, share information, and reach an audience, nothing else comes close.
With the internet being such an important aspect of doing business in the modern economy, companies of all backgrounds and sizes can make use of a reliable web hosting solution. If you need web hosting for a customer-facing site, web apps, data storage and backup, or any other purpose, you’ll find reliable solutions with HostRound.
As you explore your options you can look at 2023’s web hosting technology trends to keep everything in context.
Secure Connections Matter
Five years ago, Google made the decision to inform users of its Chrome browser when accessing a non-HTTPS site. A message available along the address bar warned users that non-HTTPS sites could be compromised and that it was risky to share any type of personal information.
Users now overwhelmingly prefer websites with secure connections. Having a secure site can win trust. In addition to this, secure sites appear to rank better in Google’s search algorithm.
If you’re developing a site in 2023, it’s important that you use an SSL certificate to generate a secure connection between the server and the user. HostRound’s web hosting solutions fully support this.
Redundancy is Becoming More Important
The Pandemic made it even more critical to do business online. Physical interactions were limited, and more consumers transitioned to online shopping, online services, and even online work. Continue reading The Web Hosting Technology Trends That Matter in 2023
While shared hosting is, in a technical sense, the most modest type of web hosting, it is typically enough for most small businesses and sites that don’t need a lot of resources. In most cases, it can deliver more than enough for all your needs, and you’ll get shared hosting at an affordable price.
Learn more about shared hosting to decide if it’s your best option.
What is Shared Hosting, and What are its Advantages?
Shared hosting describes a type of hosting environment where at least two websites share the resources of a single server. In reality, there are typically hundreds of sites on the same hardware.
If you’re starting a new business or looking to build a new website, you’ll need some form of hosting. Shared hosting is the most affordable option. Your website will be stored as data on a server, which is essentially a specialized type of computer running dedicated software. Because most sites don’t need the full power of the hardware, multiple sites are hosted to improve efficiency. The result is an affordable solution, but it comes with limitations.
Before we talk about the limitations of shared hosting, let’s consider the main advantages…
- It’s the ideal solution for low-traffic websites.
- If your site is efficient and resource-light, shared hosting could be the best option.
- There are no major technical requirements to get set up with shared hosting.
- Scalability is an option, allowing you to add resources as you need them.
- Management is easy through intuitive cPanel interfaces.
- If you need to build a WordPress website, there are shared hosting plans designed specifically for you.
The cost and convenience are major advantages of choosing shared hosting. Depending on how much traffic you need, and how heavy your website gets, shared hosting could be all that you ever need. Continue reading Is Shared Hosting Enough for Your Website?
OpenAI has been a recurring topic in technology news over recent months. The advanced language model has been praised for its deep learning algorithm that allows it to produce human-like text and form detailed conversations, articles, and essays.
What is the OpenAI language model, and why will it be important for businesses in the coming years?
The OpenAI language model, GPT-3, is an advanced language generation AI. It has been trained using an extensive range of text data, that helps it to create human-like text and conversations. It can perform translations, answer questions, summarize text and unique concepts, and much more. GPT-3 and its iterations are considered to be the most advanced AI language models released so far.
Every business, no matter the size, should be aware of OpenAI’s technology and where AI is headed in the coming years.
Why is the Corporate World So Interested in AI?
In January, Google announced that it would demonstrate a new version of its search engine with AI chatbot integration before the end of this year. Google’s AI search will rely more on natural language, using advanced algorithms. Google has in the past been reluctant to move too heavily towards AI, as poor AI services could damage the company’s reputation.
Now it seems that Google is confident enough in its technology that it’s ready to show the world. Continue reading The Importance of OpenAI and AI Chat in the Coming Years