Turbo Updown VDS Server

Significantly improve application performance with DIMM up to 24-horsepower and Turbo updown VDS, the next-generation Intel® I7 series of ultra fast Updown VDS. Because eight cores per processor are designed with 22 nanometer processing technology and next-generation NVMe disks, XSunucu UpDown Vds and UpDown VPS also allow for super-fast processing in computationally intensive tasks.
We offer you an excellent up / down enjoyment with hardware virtualization, 1 gigabit connection speed and maximum 4 customer guarantees on one machine. On the contrary to conventional hard disk drives, NAND flash is a storage base. NVMe SSDs Disk technology (3500Mbps Read / 2100Mbps Write) originally developed by Samsung and Intel has launched a new era in storage. It provides lower power consumption, higher performance and higher durability than magnetic discs. In addition, Turbo offers up to 8×16 Gbit / s write and read speeds using Raid 0 structure with hardware Raid cards in up down VDSLs. We strongly recommend the Turbo updown VdS for maximum remote desktop performance.

Germany Turbo Updown vds server packs

TURBOVDS-1
109 USD /M
  • Xeon E5-1650v4
  • 4 * 3.6 GHZ (HT 4.0) CPU
  • 8GB DDR4 RAM
  • 150GB NVMe Disk
  • + 1200MB Read / Write Speed
  • 360,000 IOPS Disk
  • 1 GBIT Full Duplex
  • +500 Mbit Guarantee Upload / Download
  • Unlimited Traffic
  • DDOS Protection
  • Dedicated IP Address
  • Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10/2012
  • VDS with control panel
  • VMware Virtualization
  • Germany / France Location
TURBOVDS-2
152 USD /M
  • Xeon E5-1650v4
  • 6 * 3.6 GHZ (HT 4.0) CPU
  • 12GB DDR4 RAM
  • 250GB NVMe Disk
  • + 1200MB Read / Write Speed
  • 360,000 IOPS Disk
  • 1 GBIT Full Duplex
  • +600 Mbit Guarantee Upload / Download
  • Unlimited Traffic
  • DDOS Protection
  • Dedicated IP Address
  • Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10/2012
  • VDS with control panel
  • VMware Virtualization
  • Germany / France Location
TURBOVDS-3
196 USD /M
  • Xeon E5-1650v4
  • 8 * 3.6 GHZ (HT 4.0) CPU
  • 16GB DDR4 RAM
  • 350GB NVMe Disk
  • + 1200MB Read / Write Speed
  • 360,000 IOPS Disk
  • 1 GBIT Full Duplex
  • +700 Mbit Guarantee Upload / Download
  • Unlimited Traffic
  • DDOS Protection
  • Dedicated IP Address
  • Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10/2012
  • VDS with control panel
  • VMware Virtualization
  • Germany / France Location
TURBOVDS-4
283 USD /M
  • Xeon E5-1650v4
  • 12 * 3.6 GHZ (HT 4.0) CPU
  • 24GB DDR4 RAM
  • 500GB NVMe Disk
  • + 1200MB Read / Write Speed
  • 360,000 IOPS Disk
  • 1 GBIT Full Duplex
  • +800 Mbit Guarantee Upload / Download
  • Unlimited Traffic
  • DDOS Protection
  • Dedicated IP Address
  • Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10/2012
  • VDS with control panel
  • VMware Virtualization
  • Germany / France Location

The Turbo updown VDS machines offer you the exact amount of money you pay and the guaranteed performance. NVMe SSDs RAID Disk types have an extraordinary read and write power. SSD discs are about 950% compared to normal discs. Compared to normal disks, they are almost in front of data loss. This disc, which operates electronically, provides extra durability against distortion as well as cutting noise completely. NVMe SSD RAID drives are the performance leader with write speeds of over 8/16 Gbits / s. The best downloads and download servers are XSunucu Turbo Updown VDS.

Updown Vps is an abbreviation for Updown Virtual Private Server. Updown Vds is an abbreviation for Updown Virtual Dedicated Server. Basically, the logic in both systems is to run many virtual servers in a physical machine. The differences arise from the use of resources ie CPU, RAM etc. The operating systems in Vps use common resources. In Vds, the ratio of RAM and CPU allocated to one virtual machine can not be occupied by another virtual machine. This reserved resource is still reserved, even if the virtual server is not used. So virtual servers in VdS are completely isolated from one another and are structured on higher performance. We do not install more than 4 virtual servers (up down Vds) on Turbo VDS in a machine for XSunucu quality policy. We are trying to set up fewer virtual servers (VdS) per machine in order to achieve maximum performance and to meet our customers’ needs in maximum efficiency.