Dedicated Hosting

Where shared hosting provides services to multiple users to be hosted on a single server, dedicated hosting is a configuration where one server is dedicated to only one user or organisation. Dedicated hosting is available in several forms. The end user organisation can manage the dedicated server environment theirselves or the hosting provider can manage the server for the end-user organisation. In this category you find our news articles about Dedicated Hosting.

JetCool Unveils Self-Contained Liquid Cooling for Dell PowerEdge Servers

JetCool Technologies has made a significant announcement at the Dell Technologies World event taking place this week, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Resort in Las Vegas, NV.

NVIDIA Unveils Arm-Based Supercomputer, Challenges AMD and Intel

As part of a recent wave of new energy-efficient supercomputers based on the Arm Neoverse architecture, NVIDIA has revealed a supercomputer built on the NVIDIA Grace CPU Superchip.

DDN Unveils QLC SSD Storage Solution for Data Centers and AI

The all-flash and hybrid storage systems offered by DDN (DataDirect Networks), a global provider of AI and multi-cloud data management solutions, have undergone tremendous development.

INAP Begins Process of Recapitalizing Its Stand-Alone Cloud Business

After exiting Chapter 11 with reduced debt, extended maturities, and enhanced liquidity, INAP says it has now completed a crucial step in the transition of the company to a stand-alone cloud business by restructuring its finances.

Dedicated Servers: The Top 7 Reasons a Business May Need One

As an end user, if you’re looking for a powerful and reliable hosting solution for your business, you’ve most certainly come across the term ‘dedicated server.’ But why should end users consider using one?

Intel to Sell Server Business to MiTAC as Part of Ongoing Strategy Shift

Intel is set to sell off its server manufacturing business to MiTAC, the parent company of Tyan, a major Taiwanese electronics manufacturer.

Enfabrica Launches Compute Fabric Devices for AI in the Cloud

Enfabrica Corporation, a networking chip startup, has emerged from stealth mode to announce a new class of chips called Accelerated Compute Fabric (ACF) devices.

IDC Predicts Slow Decline in Global IT Spending for 2023

International Data Corporation (IDC) has released its latest estimate for global IT spending in 2023, predicting a slow decline in expenditures for the fifth straight month.

IBM Unveils New z16 and LinuxONE 4 Single Frame and Rack Mount Offerings

IBM has announced the release of the IBM z16 and IBM LinuxONE Rockhopper 4 single frame and rack mount options, designed to provide a state-of-the-art, adaptable hybrid cloud framework.

Cato Digital Introduces ‘Eco-friendly’ Bare Metal Solution in NYC

New York City’s Hudson Interxchange (Hudson IX) data center at 60 Hudson Street will soon accommodate Cato Digital, a provider of “low-emission” bare metal infrastructure.

Gcore Introduces Cloud IPU Virtual vPODs to Expand AI Capabilities

Gcore has introduced Cloud IPU Virtual vPODs, which expand the capabilities of Gcore’s artificial intelligence (AI) infrastructure.