New Offerings Introduced by Atlantic.Net for U.S. SMBs During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The HIPAA-compliant cloud service provider Atlantic.Net introduced two new projects on November 15, 2020. The goal of the projects is to assist small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) at this period of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Despite the difficulties during the pandemic, SMBs are attempting to employ more long term remote workers with minimal budgets, which has consequently put pressure on their IT and cloud services platforms. To help companies make it through the challenges, Atlantic.Net has introduced two new offerings. The first provides the business with new cloud VPS customers having two times the resources than what was provided in the past, for zero cost.

In the beginning, this new offering is available to all cloud plans around the Orlando data center. There will be automatic upgrades to the features of the next price cloud plan. Atlantic.Net is considering to make this offer available in the seven worldwide data centers in the following couple of weeks.

The second offering will give new users an automatic upgrade of Atlanic.Net’s Free Server promotion. Instead of getting just 1 GB, users will get 2GB. The upgrade will be given for one year at no extra cost.

COVID 19 has put IT and cloud services systems under serious stress considering that remote work is growing bigger and more permanent. So as to help companies, Atlantic.Net is offering companies even more flexibility with their cloud solutions. Hopefully, not only the small to mid-size businesses of America can benefit from the offerings, but also the country’s healthcare providers that need audit-ready and HIPAA compliant cloud solutions for about half the cost. is a top provider of cloud services to countless numbers of developers and SMB clients in over 100 countries. Some of the valued clients of include NASA, Hilton, Lenovo, and Newegg. Atlantic.Net is additionally a major provider of HIPAA-compliant cloud solutions to the healthcare sector in the United States, providing scalable cloud computing through the seven international data centers located in San Francisco, New York, Dallas, London, Orlando, Toronto, and Ashburn.

See the information on the most recent cloud offerings of Atlantic.Net including the pricing structure on this page