Are you trying to decide what server to host your website on but not sure what type of server to use or is appropriate for your website?
Most website owners decide on this by the size of data that goes through the website, their operations, service they provide and so on.
The two common servers for website hosting are virtual private servers and the dedicated servers.
Two or more websites can share the hosting facilities on a VPS while DSH is only for one website, and this is the area Castlegem has made significant improvement in its services.
Anyone looking to take up a dedicated server hosting for their website and is wondering about cost of upgrade, well wonder no more because Castlegem has upgraded its most standard entry level dedicated server to benefit its clients better giving
them unbelievable value for money. Its entry level server is now bigger and better in terms of storage, memory and efficiency.
CG has now decommissioned its i3 CPU series; all its dedicated servers of the latest generation feature E3-1230v2 CPUs minimum and at the same time upgraded the default memory provided for two of its three E3 series. The servers now come with an 8 and 16GB memory by default instead of the usual 4 and 8GB it came with previously.
Businesses and website owners looking to go for CGs entry level dedicated servers will get almost three times as much central processing unit power as before, for a quarterly price that is no higher than the previous monthly fee.
To find out about the unbeatable offer click the link below http://www.castlegem.co.uk/dedicatedservers.php