NEW Dedicated Server Range

Umbrella Host, the UK’s leading provider of Web Hosting, is pleased to announce that we now offer a range of Dedicated Servers.

Our server range includes the latest Intel Dual and Quad Core servers at amazing prices. Starting at just £59.99 per month our entry Dell server has an Intel Dual Core processor, 2 GB RAM and 2 x 160 GB Hard Disks running RAID mirroring – giving you a high speed web server for a low monthly cost.

If you need even more processor power then you can opt for our Dell server with an Intel Quad Core processor, 4 GB RAM and 2 x 250 GB Hard Disks running RAID mirroring. Our Quad Core server is ideal for busy websites or for hosting many websites on one server.

You can select from two varieties of Linux, either CentOS or Ubuntu, or for Windows technologies we offer Windows Web Server 2008.

Servers are automatically deployed when an order is placed, meaning that your new server is online in about 30 minutes after placing your order.

You can reboot your server anytime you like through our control panel, as well as add more IP addresses and view your bandwidth graphs.

To find out more about our exciting range of Dedicated Servers follow the link below or call a member of our sales team on 0844 585 6005 click here to view more information.

Amir Farid

Amir Farid

Creative SEO Director at Umbrella Interactive Ltd
Amir Farid is the Creative SEO Director of Umbrella Interactive Ltd. Based in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, Umbrella Interactive provides online and digital media solutions to SME's and start-up businesses. Umbrella Brands include Umbrella Host, SEO Umbrella and Umbrella Web Studio. You Can find him on Google+
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