Powerful, Cost-Effective Dedicated Server Hosting Tailored to Your Needs.ProlimeHost does not settle for anything less than excellent – so why should you? When it comes to reliability, satisfaction and success, our dedicated hosting solutions cannot be beat. Our understanding of your business needs, our focus on quality and our passionate, customer-centric team make us a leader in dedicated server hosting. No matter which dedicated server specification you are looking for, we have a wide-range of servers backed by a 99.9% SLA-guaranteed network uptime to get you online. .
Dedicated ServersThousands of Individuals and Companies, from Beginners to Professionals, use ProlimeHost Services.
Simple. Powerful. Reliable.Whether you’re just getting started or deploying a complex system, launching a dedicated server has never been easier. We offer the fastest hardware and network in the industry with a scalable environment. Our 24×7 customer support team is always standing by to help with any questions.
Quick SetupWe provision ready-to-go servers in less than 15 minutes and full dedicated servers in less than 24 hours.
Feature-rich ToolsProlimePortal, our management portal, is designed with a simple interface to our powerful feature-rich tools.
Certified HardwareWe only use brand new certified server-grade hardware. We also have a ‘No Hassle’ hardware replacement policy.
Management OptionsWe have both monthly and per-ticket management plans giving you as much, or as little, software support as you need.
DDoS ProtectionEnterprise DDoS Protection is available up to 20Gbps and 2 million packets per second. We use state of art technology to protect your servers.
Powerful NetworkProlimehost’s premier network is built with six high-end Cisco ASR 9000’s, featuring a Noction BGP route optimizer.
What Everybody Ought to Know BEFORE Purchasing a Dedicated ServerAll too often we see prospective clients (and rival companies) too focused on hardware specifications (CPU, RAM and size of HDD). But regardless of how powerful your new dedicated server specs are on paper, a weak link, like poor facility support or a mismatch to your “perceived” hosting requirements, may ruin your selection. When you’re comparing different server providers, there are some VERY important questions you should ask before pulling the trigger. Knowing what questions to ask of their sales associates begins with YOU laying out realistic expectations of what you plan on doing with that server.
Some basic questions to ask:
Does the specific dedicated server listed on their site (that caught your eye) match up well– to the operating system, applications and platforms that you intend to run on that server, NOT just for the next year, but over the next few years as you envision your business growing? Give their sales representative as much ammunition as possible so they can recommend a workable SOLUTION that matches your requirements – and then compare their responses.
Are managed services available?Are you technically competent at managing the security, firewalls, applications and programs on a dedicated server? Sometimes, it’s best to leave those tasks to the experts that live and breathe information technology.
Does their network infrastructure have multiple carriers and are they BGP4 optimized?Ask as well who their carriers are and the saturation levels of each. BGP version 4 permits an aggregation of routes, including AS paths. Why is this important? If your provider only contracts with Cogent, Level 3 Communications, Verizon Business, Sprint or any number of other backbone carriers AND that connection goes down – YOU go down.
Does the dedicated hosting provider offer onsite technical support 24/7/365?If your hosting server ever went down, would someone be available at their facility to not only talk to, but actually resolve your specific issue OR would they have to pass the ticket on to a level two or three technician who may not be in until normal business hours. This becomes especially critical if you’re running a busy e-commerce site or an intranet for a multi-million dollar company.
Does the hosting provider offer a Service Level Agreement (SLA)?Keep in mind, most SLA’s won’t cover any losses you may incur in sales. If your server went down for four hours, a credit on your account for a few bucks won’t cover your losses. Which leads to the next question.