- Linux with Full Root Access
- cPanel with WHM Control Panel
- Apache Web Server, MySQL, PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby (on Rails)
- Secured Server with Firewall
Simple, Reliable, Powerful Web Hosting
All these features, all to yourself.
CentOS is the most popular choice of OS for our web hosting clients. Whether you're using cPanel or a custom environment, CentOS has everything you need
Built not only for scale but ease of use, Ubuntu can be the perfect choice for your VPS. No matter your needs, Ubuntu can deliver
Equal parts flexible and powerful, Fedora is the perfect choice for a Linux veteran looking for a stable, reliable, and secure OS
Yes, you get full root access, which means you have full administrative control of your dedicated server hosting. You can choose to install any software you wish to.
ResellerClub offers two levels of support for all dedicated hosting plans: core-managed and cPanel relevant support. All dedicated servers come with core-managed support, and if you have chosen to purchase cPanel through us, we offer additional support options relevant to cPanel.
We use a proprietary provisioning system which ensures that your dedicated hosting server is ready instantly. Yes, you read that right - your server is available for use immediately. No 24 hour wait, no setup fees.
Our dedicated servers uses the SuperMicro blade chassis, which has a small footprint with reduced power consumption and cooling requirements. These efficiencies allow us to pass cost savings down to you so your costs are kept to a minimum. Our servers are powered by Intel Xeon HyperThreaded processors, DDR4 RAM and 7200RPM SATA drives.
RAID is a means for storing data on multiple hard disks, then linking the disks so that the operating system on your server views them as a single entity. We offer RAID-1 with our Windows dedicated server hosting.
This RAID method of data storage is known as mirroring. Data is written to at least two disks, which offers a high degree of data security, but incurs a slight performance decrease due to capturing data on two disks.