Bare Metal Server, Infrastructure Services and Cloud Hosting provider, Hivelocity, announced today that all dedicated servers now include unmetered inbound bandwidth.  Going forward, the only bandwidth that is measured for billing and overage purposes is outbound traffic.

Hivelocity’s network consists of a Noction IRP blend of Level 3, Time Warner Telecom, Global Crossing, GTT, Comcast, NTT and Cogent transit.   This means Hivelocity’s networks consists of 5 of the top 6 best performing networks in the world.  Additionally, Hivelocity maintains network peering points of presence in Miami, Los Angeles and Atlanta.  Customer’s who were already thrilled with Hivelocity’s exceptional network performance should be thrilled to now get unmetered ingress transit.

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“We made the announcement via twitter and got an immediate positive response from our followers.  One customer excitedly replied to our tweet about his impending launch of a new SaaS product that will consume a ton of inbound data.  This new benefit will save him a ton of money and put him in a better position to succeed, which is always a goal for us,” says Hivelocity CTO, Ben Linton.

Hivelocity maintains its 30,000 sf data center and head quarters in Tampa, where is provides hosting solutions to thousands of customers from over 130 countries.  To schedule a tour of the Hivelocity data center simply email sales@hivelocity.net.  For more information about Hivelocity visit them at https://hivelocity.net.

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