721 Ritchey St
Gainesville, TX, 76240-3532
Our previous primary business office location was as follows:
513 E. De Fee St
Baytown, TX, 77520-5118
Ownership has not changed, and none of our operations at any of our worldwide locations are affected by this.
In other words, RAM Host customers will experience no change in service as a result of this.
We are going to proceed with the IP renumbering we previously announced for legacy services in Kansas City.
We are going to be renumbering services in the following IP block:
This includes everyone with IP's 220.127.116.11 through 18.104.22.168
Replacement IP's for this range will be from our 199.180.253.X block.
This IP range is going to cease functioning on February 28th, 2014.
All clients in this range have already been contacted and sent their new IP information. If you have services in these IP ranges and you have not received an email with your new IP addresses, check your support tickets as the information will be in a ticket on your account entitled "IP Renumbering Notice"
As of today RAM Host has now been in business for 5 years.
A big thank you to all our customers - without you it wouldn't have been possible.
We are pleased to announce that we have deployed an update for our KVM VPS management panel.
The biggest addition is the implementation of NoVNC support. This allows any web browser that supports WebSockets and HTML5 to establish a VNC console session without any additional software such as Java or a VNC desktop client (and yes, those connection methods will continue to be supported).
RAM Host is pleased to announce that we have completed a major upgrade to our Los Angeles network.
We are now taking IP transit from the following new network carriers:
Chunghwa Telecom (HiNet), China Unicom, PCCW, host.net (wvfiber/bboi)
We will also be phasing out tinet and nlayer at this location due to ongoing issues with their network in this region.
This should dramatically improve connectivity for our Los Angeles location, particularly for our Asian customers.
We are pleased to announce that effective today, we now support direct credit and debit card payments in our billing system (provided by 2co).
Also, as some of you are aware, Google is shutting down it's Google Checkout service on November 20th. We will be ending our support for Google Checkout on that date as well, and clients will need to either pay with the new direct credit/debit card support introduced, or through PayPal.
As of October 6th the following updates to the KVM OS list of provided images occurred on all KVM servers:
Also added a note in the panel that we do accept requests for additional ISO images if something you want isn't already there in the OS Reload menu.