SolaDrive | 25% Off For Life | Fully Managed | Free cPanel | US/UK | Linux/Windows
SolaDrive was built on principles to fix the gap many other hosts are missing. Our focus is fast, knowledgable suppor and quality of service. With an average 10 minute response time and average uptime of 10 months between all of our VPS servers we feel we are hitting our mark. Give us a shot, and you surely won’t regret it!
★ 25% Off All VPS For Life ★
All VPS Plans Include
» Choose your Location: Los Angeles, CA - New York City - Maidenhead, UK
» 24 Core Servers, Raid-10, SSD Acceleration, see rest of server specs below
» Feature packed SolusVM Control Panel
» 24/7 Fully Managed by Experienced US Technicians
» Instant VPS Activation After Payment
» 10-15 Minute Response Times (1 hour guarantee)
» 99.9% Server Uptime Guarantee
» Free VPS Migration
» Daily Backups of each VPS to Offsite Server
» 30 Day Money Back Guarantee!
» $10 cPanel Licenses
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Los Angeles, CA (West Coast) Test IP: 18.104.22.168
New York City (East Coast) Test IP: 22.214.171.124
Maidenhead, United Kingdom Test IP: 126.96.36.199
Our Server Specifications:
- Dual Intel Xeon E5-2620’s (24 Cores)
- 96-128GB DDR3 ECC Ram
- Supermicro Chassis, Motherboard, and Power Supplies
- Dual redundant power supplies
- True A + B power meaning an entire power grid for “A” could go out and server would still be operational on grid “B”
- 8 x Western Digital Enterprise Raid Class Drives that are hot swappable, meaning no downtime to replace a hard drive
- Newest LSI raid card currently available, for superior performance
- 512GB SSD Accelerated Caching, meaning all frequently accessed files, databases, etc are loaded from an enterprise SSD instead of standard hard drives for superior performance and read/write speeds.
- 1Gbps Port Speeds
Hey guys - was going through sign-up, but the 25WHT didn't give the free cpanel. It did show the 25% discount, just not the cPanel. I tried both selecting in the options, and not selecting. Giving a heads up. Thanks.