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GPU Enabled Servers now at WebNX!

April 25, 2017

We are now offering GPU Enabled Servers for all of your gpu accelerated and machine learning needs.  These servers are powerful enough to handle even the most advanced applications. Using the latest generation Intel e3 v6 Kaby Lake cpu and

WebNX adds the New Intel Xeon e3 1275v6 Kaby Lake cpu to our line up.

March 30, 2017

Keeping up with our tradition of being the first to offer the latest in dedicated server cpu technology, WebNX is proud to announce that we have added the New Intel e3 1275v6 Kaby Lake processors to our line of dedicated

WebNX launches the New Intel E5 2600v4 cpu.

April 5, 2016

WebNX introduces the New Intel E5 2600v4 cpu Family As always, we at WebNX like to stay ahead of the competition. We are among the first Dedicated Server providers to offer the New Intel E5 2600v4 cpu. The new E5

WebNX adds the Intel E3 1270v5 processors to our line up

November 5, 2015

We recently received a small batch of the new Intel E3 1270v5 cpu. The new E3V5 cpus are based on the new Skylake architecture and bring DDR4 memory to the E3’s as well as allowing for 64GB memory (old e3’s

WebNX takes to the skies above Ogden Utah to bring you Internet Services by ZX4.com

May 21, 2015

In our quest to bring high speed quality Internet Services to the residents and businesses of Ogden, our technicians have taken to the sky. We are proud to announce that all of our Field Techs are certified Antenna and Tower

WebNX Data Center Expansion

April 3, 2015

Both our Ogden, Utah and Manhattan, New York locations are getting close for deployment. Ogden’s data center is closer to deployments, it already has 40gbps of connectivity up and is already being route optimized by a Noction BGP optimizer. Look

WebNX partners with the City of Ogden to offer Free Public Wifi in downtown Ogden

September 9, 2014

WebNX and the City of Ogden, Utah have partnered to bring Free Public Wifi to the downtown area. “Creating a free public WiFi network over a large portion of the downtown area will give citizens far more internet access,” says