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Buyer’s Guide to Xeon Servers

The Intel Xeon line is often the best choice for high-demand servers and workstations. A Xeon server can handle data-intensive processes and maintain the speed that Intel is known for.

If you are new to the Xeon server and Central Processing Units (CPU), read on to see what sets them apart from other CPUs. Understanding the features will help you choose the right server for your needs.

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Achieve Optimal Performance with NVMe Drives on Dedicated Servers

As a lot of our customers are using dedicated servers, we decided to up the game by enabling them to use NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) drives as primary storage devices for better I/O (input/output) throughput. NVMe SSDs will speed up the data transfer between the disk drive and the motherboard. Therefore, as compared to SATA SSD drives, the use of NVMe SSD drives will help organizations reduce latency significantly.

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How to Optimize a Server for Ecommerce

No one enjoys shopping on an ecommerce site that is slow. Since the dawn of ecommerce, studies have shown that higher latencies cause higher bounce rates and lower conversion rates. Performance optimization is critical to ecommerce sales and profitability. But what is a viable ecommerce performance target in 2020? And what can ecommerce retailers do to give shoppers the best possible experience?

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Dedicated Servers vs. Shared Hosting: Which is Best for Small Business App Hosting?

A business that relies on self-hosted applications needs a hosting platform. There are many hosting platforms to choose from: dedicated servers, cloud servers, virtual private servers, Hybrid servers, platform as a service, and shared hosting are just a few of the options. If we were to list these options from least to most powerful, shared hosting would be at one end of the spectrum and dedicated servers would be at the other.

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How to Select the Right Web Hosting Control Panel for Your Reseller Hosting Business

One of the first decisions a web hosting reseller business owner will have to make is deciding which hosting control panel to offer users. A web hosting control panel is an application that provides an interface to clients for controlling and managing their website, email, and more without having to contact support. Choosing the wrong control panel can leave users frustrated and result in customer cancellations. 

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