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Dedicated Virtual Private Server

What is a "dedicated" VPS?

A "dedicated" VPS, or VDS, differs from a standard VPS plan in that there is greater resource allocation (RAM, disk, monthly traffic) and, most importantly, the minimum amount of CPU is guaranteed.   Plans are provisioned according to three ratios, 1:4, 1:2, and 1:1.  This correlates into 25%, 50%, and 100% minimum CPU at all times, burstable up to 100% depending on the activity of other guests.

Performance is nearly that of a regular dedicated host (1-2% overhead), with the added benefits of complete portal and high-availability network integration and management.

For customers with an existing standard VPS hosting plan, migration into a "dedicated" VPS is seemless, and in most cases, requires no change in IP and a period of downtime lasting only minutes.

All distributions supported by the standard VPS plans apply to the "dedicated" series of service as well, including Trixbox, AsteriskNow, PBX in a Flash, and Elastix.

Check out our available plans to get your "dedicated" VPS order started...

"Dedicated" VPS host configurations:

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 Four 1:4 "dedicated" VPSs
 Two 1:4 and one 1:2 "dedicated" VPSs
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 Two 1:2 "dedicated" VPSs
 One 1:1 "dedicated" VPS †

† 1:1 configuration reflects host based on Core2Duo platform; Xeon based 1:1 VPS includes 4GB RAM and 90GB disk

Why should I go with a "dedicated" VPS? When you need a bigger slice of the pie, a "dedicated" VPS is the answer.

With limited host sharing and a minimum CPU guarantee up to 100%, volume and load are along for a ride hallmarked by unbeatable performance. In fact, our 1:1 "dedicated" Linux VPS is comparable to having a full dedicated host, but with the additional features and total infrastructural integration found with each and every LYLIX VPS. The "dedicated" line of services take performance to levels never imagined with a VPS.

A LYLIX "dedicated" VPS... making heads turn.
The Dedicated VPS advantage
  • CPU guarantee
  • Greater RAM
  • Increased storage
  • More monthly traffic
  • Less host sharing
  • Additional IPs included
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