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What is a dedicated Server ?



Why Choose dedicated Server ?


Which Operating System ?


Co-location


Dedicated Hosting ---
Linux

Windows NT

Windows 2000


Sun Solaris


Cobalt RAQ


FreeBSD


























United Informatics makes it easy to get up and running on your own dedicated server. You'll get root access on a server built specifically for you. Also, you have the flexibility of month to month contracts and upgrades as you need them!

Click below on an OS to see recommended configurations for it.

Linux is a very versatile platform that serves a number of functions well. It is particularly suitable for meeting your Internet requirements, such as mailing, streaming, Web servers, and fileserving. Linux is a very cost-effective choice - it uses hardware efficiently, and there are a huge number of free applications available on the Internet.
Window's NT graphical user interface makes it user-friendly and provides a familiar interface for most IT teams to work with. It integrates well with other Microsoft applications and there are a wealth of commercial applications available for this platform.
Window's 2000 graphical user interface makes it user-friendly and provides a familiar interface for most IT teams to work with. It integrates well with other Microsoft applications and there are a wealth of commercial applications available for this platform.
Sun Solaris servers offer the highest level of resources and power - these are the most robust servers we offer. Sun has a proven track record and is deployed in many large Fortune 500 corporations. It is a mature platform and there are a large number of applications and development tools available
Cobalt RaQ was designed for virtual hosting of multiple Web sites, and there are a number of third-party products available that were created specifically for this platform. The Cobalt Raq server has a flexible administration interface that allows you to share administration responsibilities among your staff.
FreeBSD is a version of BSD that was designed for the X86 processor. FreeBSD is a very stable open source operating system, and a good alternative to Linux. It is an extremely well-integrated and tested system. It is inexpensive and there are a large number of free applications available.

 

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