Have you ever wondered how a dedicated server actually looks like? Let me show you and explain how a dedicated server gets built and what the final result looks like. A dedicated server is nothing more than several hardware parts mounted in a server casing. You have suppliers like Dell, HP and Supermicro who deliver ready-made physical servers which you can rack & stack once delivered and then sell as a dedicated server, or you have suppliers who sell the hardware parts, where Supermicro is an example from.
We mainly work with Supermicro as hardware supplier for our dedicated servers, because they have the highest price/quality. We’ve been working with Supermicro since 2007 and compared to Dell, Supermicro gave us the best performance and least hardware problems for our Dedicated Servers. With Instant Dedicated we also build our own custom dedicated servers, but that is exceptional. Mostly we order fully assembled servers from Supermicro, which are ready to be racked once delivered.
I have made an exception for you this time, to show you how an actual dedicated server is built from the bottom up.