proXPN Increases Capacity of Dallas, Texas Data Center by 100%
Leading freemium VPN service provider proXPN has just announced a 100% increase in bandwidth capacity at its popular Dallas, Texas data center.
IJmuiden, North Holland (PRWEB) February 04, 2013
proXPN provides thousands of new free VPN accounts to users everyday and the Dallas data center is one of the most popular points of connection. Because of the excellent internet infrastructure in Dallas VPN users from throughout North America and all around the world find proXPN’s datacenter to consistently offer excellent speeds while connected to their secure virtual private network.
“Our Dallas data center is an interesting case,” says Mr. Jon Ingle, a senior technician at proXPN. “It provides virtually all users with excellent VPN connections, particularly those who want an American IP address. However, because it’s so fast it also tends to carry one of the highest usage loads. It’s important for us to maintain the speed our users expect.”
Coming just days after an extensive and similar upgrade to proXPN’s New York City data center, the February 2013 Dallas upgrade is yet another step in proXPN’s ongoing efforts to provide the highest performance possible to VPN users across the world.
“We know speed is one of the most important things for our users and we take the task of delivering beyond their expectations very seriously.”
Founded in 2009, proXPN is a leading VPN provider that stands out from other services by offering free accounts. Stepping away from the SaaS standard practice of time-based free trials, a proXPN free VPN account lasts for life and is limited only in the connection speed. proXPN Premium account users enjoy unlimited connection speeds as well as advanced features such as PPTP compatibility for mobile devices and VPN Guard, proXPN´s method of cutting all data transfer should the VPN connection fail, thus ensuring all data is encrypted during transmission even if there´s a system error. proXPN´s firm stance on the importance of individual privacy and security online has echoed the growing public sentiment in 2012 during debates over SOPA and PIPA.
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