These dedicated severs are a force to be reckoned with. They come with up to 256GB RAM and up to 16 CPUs – that’s 32 threads.
Every dedicated server comes with a choice of either NVMe SSDs or HDDs. The former can perform at speeds of up to four times faster than SATA SSD drives. The later are designed to store huge data volumes. On top of this, each server provides unlimited traffic with 1 Gbps bandwidth.
These servers give you out-and-out control over your resources. You get exclusive access and, thanks to bare metal boxes, you won’t ever have to worry about the noisy neighbour effect. On top of this, every dedicated server comes with performance monitoring and automated alerts, so you will always be in the know about how your server is operating.
These dedicated servers are highly tailorable. You can pick between Windows or Linux. You can opt to have NVMe SSDs or HDDs. And you can customise your server right down to the kernel level.
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Dedicated server hosting puts an entire server at your disposal, giving you exclusive access and complete control of all the resources. You can configure it just the way you need it, adding everything from new software to higher levels of security.
Dedicated server hosting is best for those who want complete control over their servers. The power and performance they offer also makes them ideal for running high traffic sites or resource intensive applications.
A dedicated server can run any type of website. However, the sort of power they offer isn’t always necessary for running simple uncomplicated websites. It’s also worth bearing in mind that you do need advanced server administration skills to best manage a dedicated server.
Yes, you can install a control panel with selected OS versions like cPanel/WHM that’s available on Linux CentOS or AlmaLinux.
Yes. When you sign up to a dedicated server you get to choose between two disk types: HDD and SSD NVMe. HDDs are traditional spinning disks, which provide the highest storage capacities with less speed than SSD NVMes. NVMe SSDs, meanwhile, are ultra fast. The NVMe drives are not affected by the bottlenecks of the ATA interface, which means they deliver up to four times better IOPS (Input/Output Operations Per Second) than the fastest SAS option available.
Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) is a means for storing data on multiple hard disks, then linking the disks so that the operating system on your server views them as a single entity. Yes, we provide RAID-1 with all of our dedicated server hosting plans, meaning that we have an exact duplicate copy of your data on two separate hard drives in case one of them fails.
On average it takes about an hour to provision a dedicated sever account. However, occasionally it can take up to 24 hours or more. If you need your hosting urgently, call our support team and they’ll do their best to accelerate the process.