New York, New York
Leading New York website design and web development firm says that it has upgraded its hosting services at no additional cost to its clients, offering better service and stability.
According to Peter Crisafi, Vice President of dzine it, Inc., a leading New York website design and development company with clients throughout the United States, the firm has boosted its hosting server performance with two new top-of-the-line 16-core servers.
“At dzine it, we strive to give our customers the best service possible,” says Crisafi, “whether our clients are taking advantage of our website design services, web and software development, search engine optimization services or full-managed hosting solutions.”
That’s why, according to Crisafi, dzine it has moved forward with the upgrade; to provide better services to its existing customers and expand the company’s managed hosting services to a much broader market, worldwide.
“We are proud to say that over the past few years our client base has grown at an incredible rate,” Crisafi stated. “As a result of this growth, dzine it quickly outgrew their servers.”
According to Crisafi, the company’s new servers feature dual AMD x8 Opteron 6100 series processors with eight gigabytes of ram each, improving reliability, speed and functionality.
“As always, our server upgrades and the benefits that they bring come at no additional cost to our clients,” says Crisafi.
Established in 2003, dzine it, inc. is a leader in Custom web development, programming and design solutions for small and large business, agencies. The company offers a wide range of business-centered visual communication solutions, including web-based content management, web design, graphic design, custom web software applications, ethical white hat search engine optimization (Organic SEO), Video Encoding, and print media solutions. For more information, call 718.336.2660 or visit www.dzineit.net.
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