Phoenix NAP Unveils New Cloud Pricing

(Ping! Zine Web Hosting Magazine) – Phoenix NAP®, a full service data center, premier infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider and primary network access point (NAP), announced today that its Secured Cloud offering, an enterprise-grade, high-performance IaaS cloud hosting solution, is lowering all of its prices. Phoenix NAP cited pricing changes within the cloud market as motivating factors in reducing its prices.

“We are excited to unveil Secured Cloud’s new and improved pricing,” said Ian McClarty, Phoenix NAP president. “Reducing our prices not only helps address market demand and business requirements, but also provides our current and future customers with a vast array of low-cost options to help maximize their investment.”

Starting as low as 2.5 cents per hour, Secured Cloud is significantly reducing all of its virtual machine pricing. Eight vCPUs with 64 vRAM were previously $3.72 per hour; they are now only $1.20 per hour.

“In addition to lowering the prices of our virtual machines, Secured Cloud customers will see other areas where our prices have been reduced,” added McClarty. “Incoming bandwidth will now be offered free of charge and storage fees have also been reduced.”

To view the entire cloud pricing chart, please visit Phoenix NAP’s website.

Phoenix NAP is a PCI DSS Validated Service Provider and a SOC Type 2 audited facility.

About Phoenix NAP

Phoenix NAP, a full service data center, premier infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider and primary network access point (NAP) for the Phoenix, AZ, metro region leads the path for technology systems and solutions through its innovation and vastly redundant data center systems. Our highly personalized approach ensures that all of your requirements are met. Whether it’s high-density colocation, flexible storage, physical servers or cloud hosting services, our enterprise-grade facility and certified NOC technicians supply IT solutions to fit your every need. For more information, visit the company’s website at http://www.phoenixnap.com.

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