Our prices are competitive. But that doesn’t mean we cut corners on the hardware we use. All SeiMaxim Virtual Servers run on physical servers with multiple 2.4+ GHz Intel Xeon processors, RAID10 protected storage, ECC RAM and are connected to multi-gigabit networks. Our infrastructure designs allow for hardware failure of any network equipment, hypervisor, storage system or management system – with minimal impact on your virtual server. Linux based VPS are also available.
Free OS reinstall
Citrix Hypervisor is a leading virtualization management platform optimized for application, desktop and server virtualization infrastructures. Consolidation and containment of workloads on Citrix Hypervisor enables organizations of any vertical or size to transform their business IT compute infrastructures. Citrix Hypervisor is a comprehensive server virtualization platform with enterprise-class features built in to easily handle different workload types, mixed operating systems and storage or networking configurations.
Virtual Private Servers offer a virtualized and cost-effective alternative to dedicated servers. They function as a physical server but run on a flexible virtualization layer. Using enterprise-class storage and cutting-edge technology like fast SAS drives and an SSD caching layer, we store your data twice – across separate racks to ensure redundancy. Furthermore, we include our standard DDoS IP Protection to boost your server’s security free of charge.
VPS servers are available in USA and Netherlands.
SeiMaxim VPS comes with single IPv4 but multiple IP addresses can be ordered at the price of $3.50/IP per month. To request additional IP(s) please contact our support support-at-seimaxim.com.
Basic DDOS mitigation service is functional at Data center level at no additional cost to our clients.
VPS server setup usually takes 15 minutes to an hour depending upon client configuration requirements.
A Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a virtual machine sold as a service by an Internet hosting service. A VPS runs its own copy of an operating system (OS), and customers have superuser-level access to that operating system instance, so they can install almost any software that runs on that Linux or Windows OS.