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We provide three stages of hosting applications right here at KLCWEB and finding the proper shape is critical to the achievement of your website whether or not or not it’s a portfolio or an E-shop.
So, permit’s consume our way thru our three-layered website hosting bundle cake.* *(cake not assured by means of the cease of this publish)
Our Frist tier- Shared Webhosting – Free Trial, W-Beginner, W-Business and W-Pro
In Shared Web Hosting, your hosting account is stored on a single web server with other accounts. You share resources like:
- Disk space
- Data transfer
- Processing power
with other accounts on the server.
For every web hosting tier, shared web hosting affords a low-cost, completely managed solution for brand spanking new websites, portfolios, blogs, and small organizations.
Our plans feature:
- Unlimited BandWidth
- Unlimited email accounts
- Free SSLs
- Webased Control panel
- One click App installer
Our Second Tier – VPS Hosting
If you have a high volume of traffic but are looking for a more affordable plan than a dedicated server, a Virtual Private Server (VPS) plan is an ideal compromise.
On a VPS plan, you share your server with other websites, but each account operates independently and has virtually partitioned resources. This prevents other accounts on the server from overloading or depleting your allocated resources.
This provides an affordable solution for a dedicated environment.
We offer Four classes of VPS: VPS-W1, VPS-W2, VPS-W3 and VPS-W4
Our VPS highlights::
- Unmetered Bandwidth
- SSD drive
- VHD Free Backup
- RDP/SSH root access
Server Virtualization VPS Management Software and Control Panels help the operators saving time, space, and money when partitioning a physical server into ‘multiple virtual servers’. We use Hyper-V management, WebsitePanel and SolidCP to sensitively manage VPS resources. Below is the list we can help with on the VPS management.
What is Windows VPS?
Windows VPS is a virtual private server that is hosted for easy access. It provides resources dedicated to the user, greater autonomy of control of these resources and high performance to any website hosted on the internet.
Windows VPS hosting runs on Windows operating system developed by Microsoft. It offers highly valuable features, such as a graphic user interface (GUI) that makes server management easy for even inexperienced users.
How Does VPS Hosting Work?
To segregate your physical server into multiple virtual servers, your hosting provider requires virtualization software, known as a hypervisor. The hypervisor acts as a virtualization layer. It essentially extracts resources on the physical server and lets your customers have access to a virtual replica of the original server. This server is known as a Virtual Machine (VM). Each VM has its own dedicated resources like CPU, RAM, OS and individual applications.
VPS duplicates many of the properties of a physical server, with similar processes and functionality. Although it acts like a physical server, in reality, it’s a piece of software that’s emulating dedicated hardware.
Our Third Tier – Semi-Dedicated Hosting – Semi-Beginner, Semi-Business, Semi-Pro.
Our Semi-Dedicated is designed for extremely busy ASP.NET websites. Unlike regular shared hosting, each Semi-Dedicated server has only 3 – 5 customers, to ensure they have all the resources they need to keep their busy site running without any performance issues. Each Semi-Dedicated plan also comes with Semi SQL Server to fulfil its performance needs. Semi-Dedicated plans proffer you the performance of a dedicated server at a fraction of the cost.
Our Semi-Dedicated Highlights:
- Dedicated application pool RAM
- Free SSLs
- Free email accounts
- Remote IIS Access
Our Fourth Tier – Dedicated Hosting
The most powerful of all of our hosting services, our dedicated servers are the ultimate choice for your business giving you the fastest and most reliable hosting possible.
On the pinnacle of our 3-layer cake is Dedicated Hosting. It is the very best-overall performance website hosting alternative where your account is saved on an unbiased server and all sources are specific to you.
On a Dedicated plan, you may configure your hardware and software to fulfil the wishes of your internet site. When mixed, that is a recipe for expanded pace, uptime, better SEO scores, and safety.
This plan is supposed for websites with an exceptionally high quantity of website visitors and high useful resource utilization.
Our dedicated server Highlights:
- Intel Xeon E5
- SSD or VMme SSD
- Remote Reboot (IPMI)
- KVM over IP (IPMI)
Our Fifth their – GPU server(gaming server)
We have three classes of GPU servers – Basic GPU, Super GPU, and Ultra GPU.
A GPU server is a server packed with a GPU (graphics processing unit). GPU, also called graphics card or video card, is a specialized electronic circuit that accelerates the process of creating and rendering computer graphics, video, etc. It performs rapid mathematical calculations while freeing the CPU to perform other tasks.
GPUs come in two basic types. One is an integrated(or embedded) GPU that is built onto and shares memory with the CPU. The other is a discrete GPU that has its own card and memory. Our GPU servers employ discrete GPUs.
Discrete Graphics Processing Unit
A discrete GPU, also known as a video card, is a stand-alone processing unit that has its dedicated card and memory. You only need to insert the card into an expansion slot on the motherboard near the CPU and you can easily replace or upgrade it. It’s designed to deal with more complex graphic processing and provides higher performance than integrated GPUs. So, for more resource-intensive applications with extensive performance demands, a discrete GPU is better suited to the job. However, these GPUs add processing power at the cost of additional energy consumption and heat creation. Discrete GPUs generally require dedicated cooling for maximum performance.
Integrated Graphics Processing Unit
An integrated GPU is built onto and share a memory with the CPU itself. The integration with CPUs allows GPUs to deliver space, cost and energy efficiency benefits, so it’s most often used in laptops, tablets, and smartphones.