Web Hosting Company Releases First Quarter Performance Review of Full CPanel Integration – 10/31/2012

In a brief press meet today, ProlimeHost Ltd announced their performance reviews of running their operations for a full quarter after integrating their Linux dedicated server base with Cpanel. The company had officially launched their full Cpanel integration with dedicated Linux servers in early July, 2012.

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During the earlier announcement in July, the company had also expressed its willingness to study the performance of their Cpanel dedicated hosting servers. A study has apparently been carried out, although the company was inclined to label the study as a “server health monitoring exercise for performance optimization” that would “in turn benefit the clients”. The “monitoring” has apparently yielded positive results, as reported by ProlimeHost.

“Time flies”, said a serious-looking Tom Beck, the Prolime Host CTO, who has now been appearing a few times in front of the press consistently each month for all the right reasons. “Before we could get done with all the hardware updates and new data centers over the past three months, a quarter has already elapsed from the starting point of our new series of enhancements. We have instrumented a paradigm shift for our Linux clients by introducing Cpanel dedicated servers in our arsenal. Our server health monitoring exercise for performance optimization has yielded results that have justified our strategic move. We have recorded the smallest customer issue rates and tickets on our Linux Cpanel servers, right across the web hosting industry. In addition, the average task completion rate has more than doubled on an average, which means our clients are completing their server process management more than twice as fast compared to what this rate had earlier been. This is extremely positive. We are glad that we had dared to make the right move at the right time and have come out with flying success. This will in turn benefit the clients of our Linux dedicated servers.”