3Jun/160

(R)evolution: Dedicated Server 10-Core available now!

Evolution is simply natural selection.
The laws of nature ultimately decide, what will exist and what won't exist.

Contabo proudly presents you the latest outcome of the evolutionary process among servers.

Just released a couple of weeks ago, we have this new server in stock for you already: The Dedicated Server 10-Core! Featuring Intel's brand-new Xeon E5 2630v4 processor with 10 x 2.2 Ghz and powerful 256 GB REG ECC RAM - for a revolutionary 109.99 Euro/month!

You may add any combination of HDDs and SSDs, several RAID upgrades are available as well! The Internet uplink is a 1 Gbits switch port and we have no traffic limitations for your services!

State-of-the-art hardware and 10 cores are still not enough for you? No worries, you know us after all, at Contabo a lot is possible: Just double up and get 20 cores by adding a second CPU to your mainboard (for an additional 39.99 Euro/month)!

The minimum contract period is just one month and we do not charge any setup fees! In addition, we offer you up to 1 month free for a longer minimum contract period!

Go and check out our latest server here!

 

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19Feb/1410

New server model? Your opinion matters!

Recently, there have been some new hardware releases which also could be very interesting for possible new dedicated server offers. Once again, we would like to ask for your feedback on the following alternatives.

Given the choice between the following options, which server would you buy?

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Each of these servers can be equipped with any combination of SSDs/HDDs. You can choose freely. These would be possible prices:

2 TB HDD: 3.49 EUR per month
3 TB HDD: 4.49 EUR per month
4 TB HDD: 6.49 EUR per month
256 GB SSD: 7.99 EUR per month
500 GB SSD: 12.49 EUR per month

We would be thrilled to hear why you would prefer one of them over the other. Or is there an entirely different configuration which you would be interested in? Feel free to post in the comments for this.

Looking forward to hearing from you :-)!

Mike