Dedicated servers with maximum power from € 40,-!

Intel i3-2120
  • Intel Core i3-2120 3.30GHz
  • 1x 240 GB (SSD)
  • 4GB DDR3
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Accessable in 2 hours
  • Windows/Linux
  • €40,00(every month)
  • Order now!
Xeon E3-1270
  • Intel Xeon E3-1270 3.4 GHz
  • 1x 120 GB (SSD)
  • 8GB DDR3
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Accessable in 2 hours
  • Windows/Linux
  • €50,00(every month)
  • Order now!
Xeon E3-1230
  • Intel Xeon E3-1230 3.2 GHz
  • 1x 240 GB (SSD)
  • 8GB DDR3
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Accessable in 2 hours
  • Windows/Linux
  • €60,00(every month)
  • Order now!
Within 24 hours delivery time
Within 24 hours delivery time

Dedicated servers are usually delivered within 24 hours unless otherwise stated on the website. All login details will be sent to you by e-mail as soon as the server has been delivered.

Upgraden always possible!
Upgraden always possible!

Lifehosting offers clients to assemble their own services, tell us what specifications you would like and we will send you a quotation as soon as possible. Send an e-mail.

High-quality infrastructure

Dedicated Servers are hosted with us in a TIER-4 datacenter that meets the highest standards in the field of security, cooling and power supply. Your server is connected to a fully redundant, high-quality and optimally secured network.

We always embrace new techniques and are always looking for performance improvements at every level. We go for results and sit weekly in the lab to get the best results.

100% availability

Servers require a stable environment, which is why both the power supply and the cooling are double. In case of power failure, the UPS will first and then the emergency power generators take over the work directly without the voltage drops on the data floor. Up to 78 hours so there is guaranteed uptime.

2N Transformers (N + 100%)
2N Main Distributors (N + 100%)
2N Diesel generators (N + 100%)
Cold corridor system 23°C (+/- 5°C)
24x7 security personnel present
Carrier neutral (460x dark fiber)
TIER-4 redundancy classification

Quotation or your own SPECIFIC SPECIFICATIONS?