Our Linux VPS is perfect for business owners
If you're looking for an exceptionally fast virtual private server, this configuration could be exactly what you need. You'll be able to host almost any business or personal website on this VPS.
All of our servers offer at least 99.9% uptime, incredibly fast loading speeds, and an exceptional level of security. However, this server configuration is particularly fast, reliable, and versatile. Here's what you need to know about this powerful VPS:
The 60GB RAM will reduce loading times on videos
If you need a video to describe your products or services to potential customers, nothing will frustrate your customers more than frequent interruptions from buffering. Fortunately, this isn't likely to be a problem if you choose this powerful server configuration. Furthermore, your website will load fast, even if it's getting a lot of traffic.
The 1600GB SSD will ensure that you have enough storage space
If you'll need to store a lot of data, you won't need to worry about running out of space on your server. Furthermore, solid-state drives are far less susceptible to physical damage than traditional hard drives because they don't have moving parts.
The 10 core processor will speed up your website
It's pretty rare to come across a device with a 10 core processor. In fact, most household computer processors only have 2-4 cores, which means that this server is exceptionally fast. Here are a few more advantages of the 10 core processor:
There will be a lot of people connecting to your website at the same time, and you can count on the 10 core processor to handle all the data threads simultaneously.
You'll be able to offer services that require exceptionally complex mathematical tasks, such as advanced calculations for engineering.
The large number of processor cores can prevent long periods of buffering, which will encourage people to watch your videos until the end.
Linux is an extremely secure operating system
Most servers run on Windows, which is especially vulnerable to malware. However, Linux operating systems are much less susceptible to these cyber-attacks. This is especially important nowadays. Cyber-security is expected to become increasingly important over the years, and Linux is likely to remain a secure operating system for many years to come.