There’s a good chance that you have never heard of Gaston de Chasseloup-Laubat.
Gaston will be remembered by history as the man who set the world’s first land speed record: on December 18th, 1898, he reached the speed of 39.24 miles per hour in his electric Jeantaud Duc.
The present land speed record stands at a scorching, sound-barrier-breaking 766 miles per hour over a one mile stretch – about twenty times the original record.
While Gaston’s record has been surpassed many times over, we felt that he deserved a mention while we’re doing some record setting of our own.
We would like to announce a new virtual private server hosting plan which doubles the impressive allocation our Link-6 plan offers:
Yes, that’s five terabytes of bandwidth and four gigabytes of RAM – we’re keeping a standard unit of measurement because the Link-1 would feel a bit left out if we started representing its allocation in decimals.
Every new Link-7 OpenVZ or Xen VPS will be provisioned instantly to quality Dell hardware in our fortified datacenter, backed by our 24/7 network uptime support, and ready to roll-out with your choice from our selection of thirty-three Linux operating system templates.
Have a record in mind? Now is the time to break it. The Link-7 is here to help.