VPS Technology (XEN)
A common VPS platform, Virtuozzo, gives hosts the ability to oversell resources and more often than not you and your customers suffer. Oversold resources result in slowed performance and delayed site loads. Our Virtual Servers use a different technology called Xen. Xen gives us the ability to assign each VPS a specific amount of RAM that is not shared with other virtual servers.
Our VPS Control Panel ( view demo )
We designed and wrote our own control panel to give our customers the control they demand. Our control panel gives you the ability to create/edit/delete your VPS Profiles, Disk Images, and Reverse DNS. You can also install any of the available distro's and view your servers bandwidth, disk and IO statistics. In addition you can SSH to the host and gain console access as if you where sitting in front of the server, this is extremely useful should you desire to boot into single mode where networking has not started!!!
Host Server Specifications
Dual Xeon 800 FSB (4 logical processors) 2MB Cache
8 GB DDR2 400 ECC Registered
3WARE 9550SX SATA II Raid Controller
RAID 10 Configuration, Tests show throughput 150% faster than U320 SCSI Raid 10 (hdparam)
Redundant Power Supplies connected to Separate PDU's
OC12 Internap (622Mbps)
OC12 Global Crossing (622Mbps)
Fully Redundant Network using BGPv4, OSPF, HSRP
We Own Our IP Space (Not from upstream)
We own our equipment, we do not resell.
We are one of the few cPanel Distributors!
All of our techs are local and can be in front of your server with in minutes![/QUOTE]
How many ip's does the 192 plan come with? How much help can you give me moving my sites over and setting everything up, I am a server newbie.
All VPS accounts come with 1 ip, we can/will give you a additional IP for free if you need it for a second nameserver. If you need additional ips after that they are $1 per ip per month. We can help you migrate your accounts from your old server to the new server. What control panel are these accounts moving from? Do you want plan on running cpanel on the VPS192?