Customize the hardware resources in your monthly physical servers. Hourly physical servers are built on fixed, pre-configured hardware to enable faster provisioning times, so hardware on physical servers cannot be modified. Please note: Some server models do not support all hardware upgrades.
Configure your physical server with cutting-edge Intel server-grade processors. Outfit your 1U, 2U, or 4U physical server with up to four CPUs to maximize your processing power.
Whether you’ve got a need for SSD speed or requirements for massive local disk volume, you have the option to add and upgrade the hard drives in your physical server.
Add up to 3TB of RAM capacity during initial deployment or at any time during the life of your server. The more RAM you add to your server, the better per-GB price you pay.
SATA Hard Drives
SATA II hard drives include a 3.0Gb/s interface with 8MB of cache and rotation speed of 7,200RPMs, and use NCQ for enhanced performance. SATA III drives include a 6.0Gb/s interface with 64MB of cache. SATA drives are best suited for web, mail, or high-capacity storage servers.
SA-SCSI Hard Drives
SA-SCSI hard drives include a 3.0Gb/s interface with 16MB of cache and rotation speed of 10,000 or 15,000RPMs. SA-SCSI drives’ high-performance speed and reliability are best suited for game, database, streaming media, and mission-critical servers.
Solid State Drives
Choose server-class solid state drives (SSDs) for exceptional read/write performance and low latency. SSDs provide reliable and secure enterprise-class storage ideal for high-performance and data-intensive applications.
Hardware RAID Controller
Hardware RAID controllers provide the ability to create redundant drive arrays, providing protection against a possible drive failure. All RAID controllers are installed with a battery backup unit and with write caching enabled.
Your physical server comes with 100Mbps public and private network uplinks, and you have the flexibility to upgrade or downgrade that connection based on your workloads.
Redundant Power Supply
Your critical systems require utmost redundancy. Add an additional safeguard to protect your high-value servers from service interruption in the event of a power supply failure.