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What is a Linux Dedicated Server?
A UK Linux Dedicated Server offers the user full control over how and where their websites are hosted. UK Linux Dedicated Servers are often located in Data Centers and offer more freedom over other common forms of hosting solutions such as Shared Hosting. The main benefits of choosing a UK Linux Dedicated Server are that the user gains high performance, stability and control, though this often comes at a price reserved for websites that receive large volumes of traffic. If you’re looking for similar online services to a Dedicated Server, try our Cloud Hosting or Windows Dedicated Hosting categories.
Linux Dedicated Servers from £55 / mo
Full managed Linux Dedicated Server from the top UK hosting provider. Get expert support 24x7 with 100% uptime guarantee and branded Dell/HP hardware. No Setup fees, servers starting @ £55 per month. For more info Just Dial 0800 862 0380
Managed Linux Dedicated Servers - CWCS
Our powerful Linux dedicated servers are the perfect solution for resource hungry applications. Fully managed in our purpose built and privately owned UK data centres, and supported 24/7/365.
100% UPTIME GUARANTEE, 24/7 UK SUPPORT
High performance Linux servers with SSD as standard and choice of OS. Dedicated support 24/7 from UK-based qualified Linux engineers and backed by 100% network uptime guarantee for maximum performance & reliability.
UK Dedicated Servers from £39 /mo
CloudSpace provide high performance unmanaged dedicated servers from £54 pm with unmetered bandwidth and 24/7 support. Same Day Setup, 99.99% uptime SLA in UK Datacentre. Dell branded hardware packages starting from E3-1220 v3, 8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive.
5 Reviews | Last reviewed on Thursday, 30 Jun 2016
Dedicated Server Services
Sign up today to receive £10 free credit to use towards your cloud hosting. Our affordable cloud server features include: UK-based telephone support | SSD-only cloud hosting | Both Windows and Linux options available | No single point of failure.
1 Review | Last reviewed on Friday, 02 Jan 2015