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RackHigh Unveiled Affordable On-Demand NAS, SAN Storage and Free Back-Ups for Life

RackHigh Hosting Saudi Arabia Offers Disruptive Pricing with Affordable On-Demand NAS, SAN Storage and Free Back-Ups for Life.

Aug 26 2013, 3:08am CDT | by PR.com

Makkah, Saudi Arabia, August 26, 2013 --(PR.com)-- RackHigh Saudi Arabia a leading provider of dedicated, managed, and cloud hosting services, unveiled its on-demand Network Attached Storage (NAS) and IP-based Storage Area Network (SAN) offerings. The new services and their affordable price points better serve customers' needs and provide more scalable and high performance storage options. Promotional pricing of the new NAS and SAN services starts at 4¢/gigabyte. Separately, RackHigh is also offering free back-ups for life on all of its Saudi dedicated server’s line.

“We continuously listen to our customers to help gauge where we need to expand our products and services, and our customers asked for more cost effective, scalable storage and recovery options,” said Shafiq Ur Rehman, CEO at RackHigh. “Any organization that needs a server needs a storage and backup solution; it's precarious to have one without the others. Our new offerings unequivocally meet customer demands with affordable price points that disrupt the industry — comparable competitive offerings are 10 times more expensive than our new offerings.”

NAS is specifically designed to be a filer and is great for backups, file archiving, and storage of webhead content. SAN was built for block storage so that there are volumes to partition and mount. The new on-demand storage solutions include the following features:

• Optimized for storage - The dedicated solutions are optimized specifically for storage needs.
• Fully managed - RackHigh handles all management of the “no touch” storage.
• Easy set-up - Simply map a drive (on Windows) or mount a directory over NFS (on Linux) for heterogeneous access to files.
• Easy to use - Simultaneously share files with multiple servers including virtual servers.
• Local appearance - Block storage appears as local drives, allowing applications such as databases to take advantage of larger, faster storage; no complicated network sharing or application configuration required.

RackHigh developed the new solutions to more efficiently and effectively serve Windows and Linux customers in need of scale-out storage. Ideal candidates for RackHigh's NAS and SAN storage are organizations that are comfortable with network-bound performance and do not need Host Bus Adapters. The solutions are best for those customers needing storage for media, back-ups, files or additional storage for virtualization.

RackHigh is a leader in Saudi Cloud Hosting, Managed, and Saudi Arabia Dedicated Server Hosting. RackHigh delivers reliable, secure, and scalable Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions to over 2,000 customers worldwide. RackHigh services its clients from more than 250,000 square feet of state-of-the-art data center space, spanning four continents and 2 countries. RackHigh has emerged as one of the largest Saudi cloud hosting and Infrastructure-as-a-Service providers in the world due to the company's expertise in developing secure, multi-tenant hosting environments and is committed to providing SMBs and large enterprises with cost effective business solutions. RackHigh's core products include Saudi Arabia Managed Hosting, Saudi Arabia Cloud Hosting, and Saudi Arabia Dedicated Server Hosting.

PR Contact: Sohail Naqvi (Media Manager)

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21955 Nouza Street
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Phone: call free on +1 (0) 855 547 1363
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