What Actually are VPSs?
You may find that given web hosting providers are offering unmetered domains with their Virtual Private Servers, but what about the server machine itself? What hardware and technology does it utilize? How many resources does it need to cope with all of the requests? And what does it cost?
Terabit's new range of VPS packages are based on the OpenVZ operating system-level virtualization technology. It is open source, so the company can offer its OpenVZ VPS at a shockingly inexpensive price. Terabit is now making use of solid-state drives (SSDs). Unlike ordinary HDDs, SSDs comprise no moving mechanical components, so they offer much higher transfer rates and are far more dependable than a conventional hard disk drive.
1 GB RAM
20 GB Storage
2 GB RAM
40 GB Storage
Terabit offers unmetered domains. Terabit also offers a 99.9% uptime service-level agreement, so your websites will be visible around the clock. The CPU and RAM allowances are bountiful, whereas the data backup rates are five-ten times higher.
A Number of Charge-Free VPSs Administration Tools Included
But what about administering your VPS and your sites? Once again, in contrast with lots of others, Terabit gives you all the tools that you need, like the SolusVM Admin Panel, root-level access, Secure Shell access, Operating System options, and even a free-of-charge web hosting Control Panel.
Terabit offers an array of VPS hosting plans. You get a steady and reliable web hosting service capable of answering your hosting necessities at present and in the future. This is because Terabit's OpenVZ VPS hosting packages permit you to upgrade swiftly and smoothly. So, join forces with Terabit straight away and grab your OpenVZ-driven VPS and enjoy a fast VPS web hosting account activation service, no registration fees, a weekly off-site data backup service and a round-the-clock customer care service. Say "yeah" to the latest in VPS hosting technology and discover how effortlessly you can administer your interactive Internet presence with Terabit!