FAQ 1Gbps Dedicated Servers

Custom 1Gbps Servers

All our server offers is highly customizable from top to bottom, ranging from CPU and RAM to up to different types of storage and RAID arrays. HDD or SSD? Perhaps you are looking for a more fast solution like NVMe? We have it all. Even SSD or HDD speed can be enhanced by setting them up in RAID 0 arrays. Need more stability? We can arrange it in RAID 1 for you. Need even more? We can build it in RAID 10 arrays or RAID 5. 1Gbps is included of course. 


What Businesses Benefit Most From 1Gbps Speeds?

Let’s dive into how you can utilize such a server.

Big Data

Big data is a set of tools, methods, and approaches to process data. First of all, they are used in order to apply the findings to solve certain tasks.

For example, forecasters collect historical data on weather and current meteorological indicators, process them, make a weather forecast in their locality for several weeks ahead. Thus, big data has an impact on solving problems in almost every industry.

Big data is a combination of both ordered and unordered data:

  • ordered: charts, lists, anything that presents organized and ready-to-use information;
  • unordered: photos of satellites, surveillance cameras, videos, audio recordings of conversations, etc. You can use them to identify data, but you can't capture it in a table. To process disordered data, the system installs a function to recognize it, and artificial intelligence and machine learning can be used.

As you can see a lot of stuff is going on here and a lot needs to be processed, meaning that a lot of traffic should go in and out. 

Storage Servers

From a hardware point of view, the storage system looks like a chain of components, including the level of physical placement of data (e.g. storage drives), levels of their connection and processing (storage controller), and the transmission level (network adapters). The hardware of a modern storage server can be thought of as a chain of layers through which data is transferred and processed between the storage location and the client. Such a process view provides a good understanding of what can become a performance bottleneck, which hardware component is redundant, and what can reduce the overall cost of the solution.

It is tightly interconnected with the Big Data paragraph though the use case is usually a little bit different. For example, it can be legacy data of the company working in the audio/video industry. Usually, they have terabytes of information from reels that have not been made into production. Another example is gaming industry, where there are tons of uncompressed assets for the game. 


SaaS usually works through a private cloud delivery model but can work on a regular server too. The software provider will either host the application and associated data using its own servers, databases, networking and computing resources, or it may be an independent software provider that contracts with the cloud provider to host the application in the provider's data center. The application will be available to any device connected to the network. SaaS applications are usually accessed through Web browsers. As a result, companies using SaaS applications are not charged with installing and maintaining the software. Users simply pay a subscription fee to access the software, which is a turnkey solution.

If your SaaS product is not relying on instant deployment for its customers then 1Gbit dedicated server is what you might need for. 

High-Performance Applications

High-performance applications and websites are websites and services that are designed to operate under a constant or occasional high load. It is generally accepted that high-load sites process thousands of requests per second and contain database volumes of hundreds of gigabytes.

Highly loaded sites include such applications as:

  • social networks
  • large e-commerce projects
  • payment gateways
  • various APIs for real-time work
  • big data processors

As you can see that is something that involves a constant load of traffic on your website. If any from this list rings a bell, then 1Gbit dedicated server might be a good start for you.


We offer a variety of configurations based on premium enterprise vendors such as HP, Dell, Supermicro, and Samsung. You can order a suitable server from the locations across the globe that we offer, from the US to Australia. When you are looking for a cheap 1gbps dedicated server be cautious as there can be several pitfalls here and there. We, on the other hand, offer stable robust working machines with competitive prices on the market. Got any questions? Feel free to reach out to our Sales team with your inquiry. 

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1Gbps Dedicated Servers Features

Windows Remote Desktop
Windows Remote Desktop
It’s the 21st century and a virtual office is a must-have for any online business. Boost your business productivity with Windows.
1 or 10 Gbit Ports
1 or 10 Gbit Ports
Our servers are connected to 1 or 10 Gbit ports by default to ensure that your server can cope with any tasks you throw at them.
Unlimited software
Unlimited software
You are free to install almost any software you wish, but make sure to comply with our Terms of Use.


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