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    Datacenter - UK
  • CONLS100
  • CPU 2 Core
  • RAM 3 GB
  • Storage 800 GB SSD
  • 200 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
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    (USD 21/Month)
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    (USD 32/Month)
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    Datacenter - UK
  • CONLS200
  • CPU 4 Core
  • RAM 6 GB
  • Storage 400 GB SSD
  • 200 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
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    (USD 22/Month)
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    (USD 34/Month)
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    Datacenter - UK
  • CONLS400
  • CPU 6 Core
  • RAM 16 GB
  • Storage 400 GB SSD
  • 400 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
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    (USD 32/Month)
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    (USD 56/Month)
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    Datacenter - UK
  • CONLS800
  • CPU 8 Core
  • RAM 24 GB
  • Storage 1.2 TB SSD
  • 600 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
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    (USD 44/Month)
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    (USD 89/Month)
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United Kingdom Technology Industry

The United Kingdom has a strong and vibrant technology industry that has been growing rapidly in recent years. The country is home to many successful tech companies, having a thriving startup ecosystem.


In terms of government support, the UK has implemented various initiatives and funding programs to boost innovation and entrepreneurship in the technology sector. The government has also invested in research and development, particularly in areas such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and robotics.


One of the UK's strengths is its world-class education system, which produces a steady stream of highly skilled graduates in computer science and related fields. The country's universities, such as the University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, and Imperial College London, are renowned for their research and innovation in technology.


However, like any country, the UK also faces challenges in the technology sector, including the need to address the digital skills gap and to ensure that the benefits of technological innovation are widely distributed across society. Additionally, the impact of Brexit on the tech industry remains to be seen, particularly in terms of access to talent and international markets.


Datacenters in UK
Location: Portsmouth, Hampshire, England

The United Kingdom is home to many data centers, which are facilities used to store and manage digital data for businesses and organizations. These data centers provide a range of services, including cloud computing, colocation, and managed hosting.


The UK data center market has been growing steadily in recent years, driven by factors such as increasing demand for cloud services, the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT), and the need for businesses to store and manage ever-increasing amounts of data. In fact, a report by Data Centre World estimates that the UK data center market will be worth over £5 billion by 2025.


The UK government has also recognized the importance of data centers to the country's economy and has implemented initiatives to support the growth of the industry. For example, the government has provided funding for the development of new data centers and has established tax incentives for businesses that invest in them.


The UK data center industry also faces challenges, including concerns around energy efficiency and sustainability. As data centers consume significant amounts of energy, there is a need for the industry to focus on reducing its carbon footprint and adopting more sustainable practices.

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Virtual private servers in England, United Kingdom

Virtual private servers (VPS) are a popular hosting solution in the United Kingdom, offering businesses and individuals a cost-effective way to host websites and applications. A VPS is a virtual machine that runs its own operating system and has its own dedicated resources, such as CPU, RAM, and disk space.


The UK's hosting industry is known for its high quality of service and reliability, with many hosting providers offering 24/7 support and robust infrastructure to ensure uptime and security.
In addition, the UK's proximity to Europe and the rest of the world makes it an attractive location for businesses that require fast and reliable connectivity to their customers and clients.


The UK hosting industry also faces challenges, particularly around data protection and privacy regulations. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into effect in 2018, imposes strict requirements on how businesses handle and protect personal data. Hosting providers in the UK must comply with these regulations, which can add complexity and cost to their operations.


Resources needed in VPS



The resources needed for a VPS depend on the specific requirements of the applications or websites that will be hosted on it. Generally, a VPS requires the following resources:


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CPU

The central processing unit (CPU) is responsible for executing the instructions of the operating system and applications. The CPU speed and number of cores needed will depend on the workload of the applications being hosted.

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RAM

Random access memory (RAM) is used to store data and instructions that the CPU needs to access quickly. The amount of RAM required will depend on the size and complexity of the applications being hosted.

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Disk space

This refers to the amount of storage space available for the operating system, applications, and data. The amount of disk space required will depend on the size of the data being stored and the number of applications being hosted.

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Bandwidth

Bandwidth refers to the amount of data that can be transferred between the VPS and the internet. The amount of bandwidth required will depend on the amount of traffic that the hosted applications generate.

Depending on the requirements of the applications being hosted, a VPS may require additional resources such as a dedicated GPU, specialized hardware for encryption, or high-speed networking capabilities.


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Germany

Germany (Europe) Serving the EU countries from our German datacenter gives great benefits of minimum latency and cost-effective solutions.




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USA

USA (United States of America) (Middle – St. Louis (Missouri), East – New York, West - Seattle (Washington DC)) America & Latin America can take advantage of our fast USA datacenter to deploy their applications and websites.

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United Kingdom

Portsmouth, England (United Kingdom) It serves all United Kingdom customers with great satisfaction, very robust infrastructure to handle the high-end traffic.




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Singapore

Singapore (Asia) Serving the Asia continent with our Singapore give us immense pleasure to see our customers succeed in their cloud business which runs on Oxtrys platforms.




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Australia

This datacenter is built for Australia and Oceanic country users who wish to have their servers close to their business location so they can avoid the latency and enjoy our world class datacenter services.




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Japan

Japan datacenter is built on high technology which gives its users with fast connectivity and low latency. The hardware used in SSD drives with top notch Xeon processor, must choice if you reside in Japan or close to it.




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