All our dedicated servers are hosted on top-tier data centers globally, making it possible to provide the best performance for you! Here’s why
All our dedicated servers are based on Intel Xeon processors. Intel Xeon processors are specifically made for high-performance environments. You can do more with cloud computing, it comes with real-time analytics, and it’s possible to handle any workload without a stretch.
Most of our dedicated server plans come with Intel Xeon E processors, which can deliver essential performance and advanced security technologies for entry server solutions, professional workstations, and secure cloud services. Available with integrated Intel® UHD Graphics.
The needs of businesses are growing day-by-day. Servers who are a couple of years old are not the optimal solution to combat this new technology and business environment.
New business opportunities, customers, and workloads drive a need for tools and technology that will help you win and stay ahead of the competition. All these can be done with the use of the latest Intel Xeon processors.Most of our dedicated server plans come with Intel Xeon E processors, which can deliver essential performance and advanced security technologies for entry server solutions, professional workstations, and secure cloud services. Available with integrated Intel® UHD Graphics.
All dedicated servers are run on Supermicro motherboards. Supermicro is specifically made for servers and to handle high workloads. The motherboards are technologically advanced and have been in the industry since 1993.
With the experts in the industry, Supermicro consists of highest-quality designs, components, and productions. There is an extensive range of x86 Serverboards that are included in our dedicated server plans.
Another great feature is the compatibility, as it supports the latest CPUs, memory, and add-on hardware, making it one of the highest performing boards out there.
We chose Supermicro for our dedicated servers because Supermicro has been known as a “Server company” Whose sole focus is on server performance. Their products are the perfect fit for a top-notch performance.
Before we get the Supermicro shipment to our locations, all systems undergo rigorous and thorough testing procedures. This is as long as the high-quality industry-leading components ensure that all systems meet the strictest quality guidelines.
DDR 4 or Double data rate the fourth generation is a memory standard designed as a better, faster, and more reliable replacement for DDR3. While physically, both DDR3 and DDR4 modules have a similar look, they are quite different.
When it comes to power consumption, DDR4 works with 1.2V while DDR3 uses 1.3/1.5V. DDR4 modules are more energy efficient. The reduced power consumption gives substantial power savings and allows operation at higher speeds without higher power and cooling requirements. Not only that, DDR4 has much faster data transfer speeds than DDR3. The latest test we made proved to have 70% faster speeds compared to DDR3. This upgrade made it possible for us to provide better performing server solutions for you.
While we have upgraded the memory, we also have included very efficient storage solutions for you. When selecting the dedicated server plans, we provide the choice of storage depending on your taste. Now we have both SSD storage and HDD solutions!
When you are completing the order process, you can choose to have an SSD based server or HDD based server. All our storage solutions are enterprise-grade storage devices meaning that you will not face any latency.When it comes to power consumption, DDR4 works with 1.2V while DDR3 uses 1.3/1.5V. DDR4 modules are more energy efficient. The reduced power consumption gives substantial power savings and allows operation at higher speeds without higher power and cooling requirements. Not only that, DDR4 has much faster data transfer speeds than DDR3. The latest test we made proved to have 70% faster speeds compared to DDR3. This upgrade made it possible for us to provide better performing server solutions for you.
Here are the most common questions about dedicated server hosting we get from our customers, Hence we elaborated our FAQ to ensure you find answers as quickly as possible.
What is dedicated server hosting?+
A dedicated hosting service is a server that comes with dedicated features like RAM, storage, processing power, bandwidth, and much more. This means that these features will not be shared among others and are only entitled to that specific server. Dedicated server hosting is when a client rents this so-called dedicated server for a particular time period. This type of hosting is recommended because you will have full control over the server. To learn more about what is a dedicated server, you can check here.
How can i access my server?+
You can access your dedicated server with IPMI / KVM alongside your operating system credentials(Windows/Linux)
How long does it take to have the server ready?+
Once the payment is confirmed, we will set up the server and deliver it to you within 1 to 7 business days.
How can I connect to my server?+
You can connect to your dedicated server with IPMI or KVM by providing your operating systems credentials (Windows / Linux / other).
What operating systems can I install in my dedicated server?+
You will have full control over the type of operating system you want to install on your server. You can install any Windows operating system, from Windows Server versions to Windows home versions. You can also install any Linux distribution on your server, and during the order process, you can pick your preferred OS. IF you have a custom operating system, you can easily set it up on the dedicated server without any problems.
Where are the dedicated servers located?+
Our dedicated servers are strategically located all over the globe. They are located in over 25 world-class data centers spread across over 17 countries. We have more than 8 data centers in the US and Canada, over 12 datacenters in Europe, and 2 data centers in Asia. No matter where you are located, you will get the best performance and speed with 1Gbits.