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A virtual server is simply a method of partitioning one physical server computer into multiple servers such that each has the capabilities of running on its own dedicated machine. Each virtual server can run its own full-fledged operating system, and each server can be independently rebooted. This has long been common practice in mainframe computers, but has seen a resurgence lately with the development of virtualisation software and technologies for other architectures. Especially in the current climate, it makes sense to share and rent rather than purchase dedicated machines hosted and maintained in your office by your staff.
Virtual private servers bridge the gap between shared web hosting services and dedicated hosting services at far less cost than a physical dedicated server. You get a guaranteed share of the server's resources, while control panel and remote desktop connections access allows us to completely customise the virtual server for you, adding or changing modules and installing the software used by your company.
With the hosting costs coming in far lower than dedicated servers, as a small company, using virtual servers makes perfect fiscal sense. By using Telefonix Voice & Data, you can eliminate the cost of the hardware and reduce your headcount because there is no longer any need for you to keep technical IT people on your staff. This means that your company can do what it's best at rather than keep IT staff on their books.
Telefonix Voice & Data use a variety of servers for virtualisation projects. The Dell PowerEdge 2950 server has Intel Virtualisation Technology (VT) embedded in the Intel chipset to efficiently virtualise workloads onto a physical server. These machines were specifically designed to maximise virtual dedicated server performance. The Dells are the monster trucks of the server world but we also use others. We'll tailor the server to whatever best fits your needs. Consolidating hardware is, bar none, the premiere reason for considering server virtualisation. Aging hardware, bursting data centers, burgeoning power needs -- all these factors have played a part in the increase of virtualisation. Why should you continue acquiring more and more distinct physical machines when you can move the servers to even bigger machines?
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