Introducing the new servers.
High Performance Dedicated Servers starting from just $79.99 per month and comes with an internet connection of up to 10Gbps.
Our brand new Dedicated Servers come with a wide selection of processors and IPMI capabilities!
Dedicated server features:
A high speed internet connection
Every dedicated server benefits from an unlimited data line of up to 10 Gbps connecting it directly to the internet - for the ultimate in speed and reliability.
Remote Server Control
The Dell Remote Access Card (DRAC) provides you with continuous access to your server hardware and operating system from a web browser - even if the server is down.
Unlimited administrator access
You will have unrestricted and unlimited administrator access to your dedicated server, using either Remote Desktop for Windows servers, or SSH for Linux and Unix servers.
Premium email relay service
Forthcloud provides a free premium relay with 500 daily emails for your primary IP and 100 daily emails for additional IPs. Please contact us if you need these increased.
Install any applications
As the administrator, you can install any licensed software on your dedicated server.
Choose from CentOS, Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu, Solaris, Oracle, Cloud Linux, Parallels Cloud Server, VMware ESXi, Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2012.
Your own IP range
Each dedicated server includes eight IP addresses and can be upgraded to 512 IP addresses. Three of these will be used as part of your secure private LAN which leaves four available for use. Just one IP number can be used to host unlimited websites but additional IP numbers are useful for assigning to secure (SSL) certificates.
Redundant hard disks
For peace of mind, servers can be ordered with two identical hard disks and a RAID controller to mirror your data across both.
Secure Private Network using Cisco technology
Many dedicated server providers cut corners by installing your server on the same Local Area Network (LAN) as their other customers' servers. This poses a significant security risk, and also means another customer could monopolise network resources, making your server inaccessible.