Depending on your needs, Namecheap offers 3 types of Server Management: User-Responsible, Basic, and Complete. User-Responsible requires that the user takes full responsibility for server management. Basic is where core services are monitored by Namecheap with a proactive response if unexpected server failure occurs. Complete is where Namecheap runs and manages all server, software, and component services. Keep in mind Basic and Complete Managements are only available to those who have operating systems CloudLinux or CentOS and cPanel installed.
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.

This is a key mechanism for hosting buyers to determine which provider is offering the right pricing mechanism of bandwidth pricing.[according to whom?] Most Dedicated Hosting providers bundle bandwidth pricing along with the monthly charge for the dedicated server. Let us illustrate this with the help of an example. An average $100 server from any of the common dedicated bandwidth providers would carry 2 TB of bandwidth. Suppose you purchased 10 servers then you would have the ability to consume 2 TB of bandwidth per server. However, let us assume that given your application architecture only 2 of these 10 servers are really web facing while the rest are used for storage, search, database or other internal functions then the provider that allows bandwidth pooling would let you consume overall 20 TB of bandwidth as incoming or outbound or both depending on their policy. The provider that does not offer bandwidth pooling would just let you use 4 TB of bandwidth, and the rest of the 16 TB of bandwidth would be practically unusable. This fact is commonly known by all hosting providers, and allows hosting providers to cut costs by offering an amount of bandwidth that frequently will not be used. This is known as overselling, and allows high bandwidth customers to use more than what a host might otherwise offer, because they know that this will be balanced out by those customers who use less than the maximum allowed.


Graphical Processing Unit (GPU) cards are used to accelerate analytical solutions, machine learning and deep learning, and engineering/modeling applications. GPUs are used in parallel with CPUs for processing and advanced computation capabilities which allow certain applications to run faster. The following GPUs are available for deployment in your Rackspace dedicated server:


A key factor behind making any business decision is value. One of InMotion Hosting's primary focus' is providing the best value possible for your business. This is not only reflected in our top-of-the-line Dell and Lenovo hardware and network infrastructure, you can also see this reflected in all aspects of our business, all the way down to the expert and friendly 24/7 support you receive. Simply put, we are the best value for your dollar.
Right, but we're talking about running full Squad servers here, not 30-man INF. layer-only deathmatch servers for you and a few chums. You want to run a small server? By all means go ahead and rent one from a GSP. And hope you get a decent one that doesn't load so many customers on one box that you still get performance issues (even with your lower player count) due to I/O bottlenecking on the box you're on.
One thing you will get is a free SSL certificate with each server. You can pick from RAM, RAID, CPU, and other storage configurations through the website. The pans go up to $429 for a high-end enterprise server. Configurations start with up to 2TB of disk space, 16GB of RAM, and 5TB of monthly data transfers. This is rather low compared to the unlimited plans or standard 15TB of monthly data transfers on other hosting provider plans.
If you are a business in need of a medium to enterprise-level website, then Bluehost is a great option with different packages for dedicated servers that match your budget. Bluehost provides a few features included with the price to make it a better option if you do not know how to set up a server or want to get through setup as quickly as possible.
A cursory glance at the many web hosting services we've listed here reveals many similar-looking offerings, but the discerning eye will identify some subtle differences. You'll want a dedicated server with significant amounts of disk space—preferably 1TB or more—for storing files. You can typically choose either a traditional hard drive or a solid-state drive as your website's storage medium. There's a trade-off, however. Solid-state drives are often faster and more reliable than HDDs, but they cost more money and have smaller storage capacities. Traditional hard drives, on the other hand, have large capacities and lower prices but aren't quite as resilient as their SSD counterparts. Unless you truly need blazingly fast storage, a traditional hard drive will get the job done.
Our 100%-company-owned dedicated servers are configured with the demanding user in mind. Even our lowest-end server is capable of hosting several large game servers, websites, or other services that would cost significantly more if purchased conventionally, and all dedicated servers are based on the industry-leading performance of INAP bandwidth, ensuring the lowest possible latencies. 

The second bandwidth measurement is unmetered service where providers cap or control the “top line” speed for a server. Top line speed in unmetered bandwidth is the total Mbit/s allocated to the server and configured on the switch level. For example, if you purchase 10 Mbit/s unmetered bandwidth, the top line speed would be 10 Mbit/s. 10 Mbit/s would result in the provider controlling the speed transfers take place while providing the ability for the dedicated server owner to not be charged with bandwidth overages. Unmetered bandwidth services usually incur an additional charge.
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