Storage Dedicated Server

  • Intel Xeon E5-2630v3
    • Country: Netherlands
    • City: Amsterdam
    • CPU 8x 2.40GHz-3.20 GHz
    • RAM 32 GB RAM DDR4
    • HDD 500GB ssd
    • BANDWIDTH 100 Mbit
    • IPv4 / IPv6
    € 109/month
    109/month
  • Dual Intel Xeon E5-2680v4
    • City: Tallinn
    • CPU 28x 2.4-3.2 Ghz
    • RAM 32 GB ddr4
    • HDD 500 GB
    • BANDWIDTH 100 Mbit
    • IPv4 / IPv6
    € 229/month
    229/month
  • 2 x Intel Xeon E5-2680v4
    • Country: Netherlands
    • City: Amsterdam
    • CPU 28x 2.40GHz-3.20 GHz
    • RAM 32 GB ddr4
    • HDD 500 GB ssd
    • BANDWIDTH 100 Mbit
    • IPv4 / IPv6
    € 258/month
    258/month
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  • What is a dedicated server in gaming? What is a dedicated server in gaming?
    A dedicated server in gaming is a server or a computer that is used to transmit the data among all the players. It can be a one or a cluster of servers. The advantages of a dedicated gaming server are manifold
  • What is faster: VPS or cloud? What is faster: VPS or cloud?
    Cloud web hosting is faster. It is also more functional and offers (theoretically) unlimited resources. Moreover, scalability is top in this hosting modality. Let us see it in more detail
  • What happens if a dedicated server goes down? What happens if a dedicated server goes down?
    A dedicated server is used exclusively to host your website. And it is not cheap. As such, you rely on it to keep your website up and make sure it runs without interruptions. However, just like any man-made thing, a dedicated server can fail
  • What is the advantage of a dedicated server? What is the advantage of a dedicated server?
    A dedicated server has many benefits if you compare it with any shared solution. First of all, you use all the resources of the server. The solution provides you with an exclusive use of CPU, RAM, bandwidth
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