ProlimeHost custom engineers dedicated server packages that are exceptionally cost effectiveProlimeHost endeavors for excellence in every facet of our operations because we know our clients require unbeatable reliability and uptime in order to compete online. As business partners, we strive to understand our clients’ unique business needs by asking questions and listening, then tweaking our services to best ensure their success. It doesn’t matter what server specifications you’re looking for as if you don’t find that in one of our wide range of listed servers, simply tell us what you need. We’ll do our best to make that happen. Plus, our servers are always backed by a 99.9% SLA guaranteed network to get you online and keep you there.
Dedicated ServersThousands of companies and individuals alike, from professionals to beginners have partnered with ProlimeHost
Powerful, yet simple and absolutely reliableOne of our unique selling propositions is that our 24/7 customer support team is always standing by to help, whether you’re deploying your first server or engineering a complex system. Plus, we use enterprise grade hardware and our network is the fastest in the industry AND it’s scalable.
Quick SetupDo you want your new server fast? We provision ready-to-go servers in less than fifteen minutes and full dedicated servers in less than twenty four hours.
Feature-Rich ToolsOur management portal (ProlimePortal) is engineered with a simple interface to our powerful feature-rich tools.
Certified HardwareWe only use enterprise server-grade hardware. We also feature a ‘No Hassle’ hardware replacement policy.
Management OptionsWe offer both monthly and per-ticket management plans providing you as much, or as little, software support as you require.
DDoS ProtectionWe offer Enterprise DDoS Protection up to 20Gbps and 2 million packets per second. We use state-of-the-art technology to ensure your site stays online.
Powerful NetworkProlimehost’s premier network features six high-end Cisco ASR 9000’s, including a Noction BGP route optimizer.
Our Los Angeles Infrastructure is Optimized for Global Enterprise
Our dedicated servers in Los Angeles are collocated in the WebNX data center at 800 S Hope Street for a number of reasons, first and foremost to provide our clients expedited connectivity with the best latency to routes around the globe.
This is a SAS 70 type II data center with N+1 redundancy across the network, plus it’s carrier neutral with fiber connectivity. What does this mean to our clients? True 99.9% network high availability.
The infrastructure here is designed for unmatched reliability, which makes our network exceptionally difficult to beat, especially coupled with our 100% power and hardware uptime guarantee. If uptime is important to your business or organization, look no further than right here.
Some basic questions to ask of prospective hosting providers:
Does the listed dedicated server marketed on their site (that caught your eye) match up well– to the OS, platforms and apps that you anticipate running on that server, NOT just for the upcoming year, but over the next few years as you project your business growing? Give their sales representative as much information as possible so they can suggest a workable SOLUTION that aligns with your requirements – and then evaluate their responses.
Do they offer managed services?Are you technically competent at managing the firewalls, security, applications and programs on a dedicated server? Quite often, it’s best to pass those tasks on to the experts that live and breathe information technology.
Does their network infrastructure have redundant carriers and are they BGP4 optimized?Query who their carriers are AND the saturation levels of each. BGP version 4 permits an aggregation of routes, including AS paths. Why makes 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, your services go down.
Is onsite technical support offered 24/7/365?What we hear of all too often on web hosting forums is that level one techs are sometimes unable to resolve anything except for the most basic of issues and often have to pass the ticket on to a level two or three technician who may not be in until normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 9 to 5. This becomes increasingly critical if you’re running a profitable e-commerce site or an intranet for a multi-million dollar company.
Are Service Level Agreements (SLAs) offered?Across the board, most SLA’s don’t cover any losses you may incur in revenues. If your server went down for four hours, a credit on your account for a few cents or dollars won’t cover your losses, which leads to our next query.