What is dedicated server hosting?

With dedicated server hosting, a client rents a server with installation, connectivity, bandwidth, and rack space in the data center from a hosting provider. If you rent a dedicated server, you can install your software, but the hosting provider owns the hardware, which means that they are responsible for all maintenance. Uptime service level guarantees usually support dedicated servers as described in the Service Level Agreement (SLA), which contains all the hosting provider’s contractual agreements.

When do you choose dedicated servers?

Many companies use shared hosting or a VPS because it’s comparatively inexpensive. With shared hosting, multiple parties share a server, which can affect available capacity and performance. VPS stands for Virtual Private Server, and this gives more control than shared hosting.

A dedicated server is more reliable and secure than shared hosting or a VPS that uses shared resources. As a result, the performance, internet connectivity, and disk space of a dedicated server are fully allocated to the customer. This service is designed to enable 100% uptime, and customers can be sure that the applications are always available at the enterprise level. The servers can be set up to run heavy business-critical applications with good uptime and performance. However, the most significant disadvantage of dedicated hosting is that people have limited control over the choice of hardware and software since hosting providers often offer standardized options.

Advantages of dedicated server hosting

  • No purchase costs
  • Better performance
  • Agreements about server maintenance specified in an SLA
  • Hosting provider does all the maintenance and offers technical support

Data Center Infrastructure


  • 500 square meter computer room.
  • The largest Tier III data center in the market.
  • Modular data center design.
  • N+1 technology for all equipment.
  • Electrical
    • In-Building Utility Substation
    • Two power sources from different substations
    • Two different delivery paths for power cabling.
    • Dedicated redundant Generators
    • Redundant Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems (UPS)
  • Mechanical
    • Redundant CRAC System
    • FM200 fire suppression system
  • Security
    • Biometric Hand-Geometry Scanners
    • Card Key Access
    • High Resolution Video Surveillance Throughout with 90-Day Archiving
    • Full 24-Hour Building and Facility Access
  • Connectivity
    • Redundant fiber connectivity to the facility
    • Top of the rack technology
  • Controls & Monitoring
    • On-Site Operations Control Center (NOC-OCC)
    • Complete Remote Access for Monitoring
    • Temperature & Humidity Monitoring
    • Power Monitoring to the Distributed Circuit Level