The Web hosts below offer either dedicated or managed hosting services, or both. Dedicated hosting allows users to rent a server and use all its resources. Dedicated customers are responsible for server operation (reboots, etc.) and control OS and software, etc. Managed hosting offers the same resource benefits, but the company manages the server - you contact the company when things need doing (reboots, etc.).
HyperHost offers 19 different Dedicated Server Hosting plans: H1_us1, H2_us1, H3_us1, H4_us1, H2_bg1, H3_bg1, H4_bg1, H1_nl1, H2_nl1, H3_nl1, H4_nl1, H7_ru2, H8_ru2, H1_ru2, H3_ru2, H1_ua1, H5_ua4, H10_ua4, H8_ua4. Their servers are placed in next locations: Kharkiv, Amsterdam, Riga, Sofia, Moscow, Kiev, Los Angeles.
Ample RAM (5GB or more), e-commerce options for selling products, 24/7 customer service, and unlimited monthly data transfers are highly sought-after features, too. Many web hosts cap their dedicated monthly data transfer offerings at 16GB, which is probably fine for most users. Some web hosts offer unlimited monthly data transfers, but they are few and far between, and you need to read the terms of service very carefully to understand just what "unlimited" means to the host in question. In addition, companies that offer dedicated web hosting typically offer daily backups, security options, and malware detection and removal—all very important factors in your website's day-to-day operation.
There’s a hefty jump in price between all three, with Sprint costing $141.09 and Mach costing $290.49 per month. This is reflective of a leap in storage and RAM, but ultimately, A2 Hosting is a pricey option when compared to competitors. That said, with free transfer and a money back guarantee on offer, you’ve got nothing to lose by giving them a go.
Dedicated servers are all about what you want to do. Instead of sharing a server through shared hosting, all of the space is dedicated to what you are going to build. Dedicated server space is sold by hosting providers for various rates that can range from $45 to $250 plus. Mostly this depends on the size of the server, but some hosting providers will throw in a few extra things to entice you to sign up.
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