Semi-dedicated Hosting

Semi-dedicated Hosting


April 18, 2017

Have you encountered “Bandwidth Limit Exceeded” and other related error messages when surfing the World Wide Web? If you did and you were a first-time visitor to the website, did you come back at a later time for a second look? Maybe not.

So, if it was a business web site or an online shop, this sort of thing could be a catastrophe for the given corporation’s business. If you have a website yourself and confront with a situation like this, what are your choices? You could get a affordably priced semi-dedicated hosting service, or upgrade to a dedicated hosting server.

Let’s have a glance at the first, cheaper solution we offer.

With a semi-dedicated hosting, you are sharing the server with only several semi-dedicated web hosting account owners, instead of hundreds of clients like with a conventional shared web hosting server. This means that you have more system resources for your web sites like hard disk space for accommodating your web site files, traffic for handling your web site guests and processing power for running your elaborate apps. So, how do you get your semi-dedicated server? You think that it calls for a lot of technical work and ability to render the semi-dedicated server up and running? Well, actually no!

With us, getting a semi-dedicated hosting server is just like ordering an ordinary shared web hosting package. You merely select your semi-dedicated hosting server, choosing between Santranico’s two semi-dedicated hosting servers. Each semi-dedicated hosting server comes with the company’s intuitive hosting Control Panel interface, which will enable you to manage your online presence with simple point & click actions. Both semi-dedicated hosting plans from Santranico offer unlimited disk storage space and monthly traffic allotments and much larger CPU allowances than those included with the standard shared web hosting server plans. Additionally, you will get a high amount of database queries, so you could run more advanced and resource-requiring applications.