Cryptocurrency mining has become a major trend over the past few years. Conversation in the infosphere have covered everything from how to host irregular equipment to how legal it is. Read more
Despite how new something is or how long it’s been working under a full workload, equipment sometimes starts to act a bit unpredictably. Servers are no exception.
Crashes and malfunctions happen, and oftentimes, what should just be simple troubleshooting turns into a time-consuming whodunit.
Below, we’ll be looking at a few interesting and curious examples of how servers have misbehaved, and what was done to get them back in order. Read more
Every online service needs at least two things: the first is a working server that handles site requests; the second is an Internet connection that connects clients to the server. Here, bandwidth is a pivotal factor: the higher the reserve, the more stable the site. 1 Gbps, for example, is enough to handle sudden spikes in traffic—a typical consequence of a successful ad campaign.
If a client was looking for a faster connection, there were few options. Either they ordered the default plan, which included unlimited traffic and a 100 Mbps connection, and paid separately for additional bandwidth, or they could choose to pay for an expensive guaranteed 1 Gbps connection.
We’re happy to offer our clients another option that combines the best of both worlds: the price of the first option with the speed of the second. Read more
Server colocation is one of our most popular services. Since the very beginning, we’ve strived to make colocation as much of a “set it and forget it” service as possible. Clients just have to ship their servers to one of our data centers; we take care of the rest (installation, Internet hookup, etc.). We also offer a wide range of additional services to improve connectivity, security, and more.