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Dedicated Servers

For plenty of power and room to grow, go Dedicated and get the whole box to yourself.

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What is Dedicated server?

The seek time of NVMe for data is ten times faster. NVMe can deliver sustained read-write speed of 2000MB per second, way faster than the SATA and SSD, which limits at 600MB per second. NVMe is very fast and great technology, but SDD still comes out on top – especially for video teams.

Choose Your Dedicated Server

Quad-Core Xeon E3-1220

Starting Only!

7500

/Mo

Eight-Core Xeon E5-2670

Starting Only!

10400

/Mo

Dual Eight-Core Xeon E5-2660

Starting Only!

15000

/Mo

4 Cores Xeon X3440

Starting Only!

7500

/Mo

4 Cores Xeon E5-2643

Starting Only!

10400

/Mo

8 Cores Xeon E5-2670

Starting Only!

19500

/Mo

2×12-Core E5-2697v2

Starting Only!

45200

/Mo

Dedicated Server Hosting Features

IPV6 & IPV4

Besides IPv4 addresses, we also offer IPv6 addresses. IPv6 will give the Internet a much larger pool of IP addresses. It provides a range of benefits for security, integrity, and performance.

SSD Based Server

You can never go wrong with our own top-notch dedicated servers, loaded with the latest Intel Xeon processors, terabytes of SSD disk space and 128 GB of RAM per server.

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FULL ROOT ACCESS

With full root access, you will be able to take full control of your server very easily and quickly. To use all the power provided effectively, you will have to have very little technical knowledge.

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24/7 Live Support

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have any questions? We have your answers!

A bare metal server(also called dedicated server) is a physical server that is intended for use for one tenant only. The term is currently used to distinguish it from advanced types of cloud hosting and virtualization. As Bare-metal servers are single-tenant servers, they cannot be shared between clients. Every server can run a number of tasks for the client, but they are entirely dedicated to the client who is leasing them. On a bare metal server, you can optimize the server according to its needs for performance, security and reliability. Typical site types, features, and environments that should use bare metal server hosting include those with: gaming and game design, large databases that store relational material, and sites with rendering. Bare metal servers are a good choice for small to medium businesses, as it provides a low-cost hosting solution.

The major difference between them is that Bare Metal does not have RAID redundancy, while SSD dedicated server does. In other words, there is a high risk of data loss when the C drivers of Bare Metal goes wrong. Therefore, Bare Metal is mainly for the use of product/project development or the business which is not data sensitive. For those who want to take advantage of the Bare Metal price and use it for their data sensitive business, please back up the data as often as possible to your local disk during the business.

A GPU server is a server packed with a GPU (graphics processing unit). GPU, also called graphics card or video card, is a specialized electronic circuit that accelerates the process of creating and rendering computer graphics, video, ect. It performs rapid mathematical calculations while freeing the CPU to perform other tasks.

A CPU commonly consists of only 4 or 8 fast and flexible cores that are optimized to handle a wide range of tasks sequentially. Whereas, a GPU have thousands of relatively simple cores that are designed for parallel processing. For high performance, we will need both CPU and GPU.

GPUs are best suited for repetitive and highly-parallel computing tasks. Beyond video rendering, GPUs excel in machine learning, Artificial Intelligence, and many other types of scientific computations. If you are searching for a the dedicated server for these kinds of cases, GPU server can be a good option.

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