Servers

Managed Hosting Provider Gains Competitive Advantage with Kingston Memory and Enterprise-Class SSDs

Provided by Kingston Technology

Category Servers

Type White Paper

Length 3

Publish Date November 04 2013

Date posted June 03 2015

Overview

i3D.net began in 2004 when CEO Stijn Koster put together his first server for gaming customers. Since then, he’s built a managed hosting provider company with over 8,000 servers at 16 datacentres across Europe, Australia, Japan, South Africa and the United States. This case study from Kingston looks at how i3D.net benefitted from deploying Kingston Memory and Enterprise-Class SSDs.

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