OVHcloud unveils new Advance Bare Metal Servers tailored for SMEs

OVHcloud unveils new Advance Bare Metal Servers tailored for SMEs

OVHcloud announced a new series of mid-range dedicated servers intended for SMEs which are equipped with the latest generation of components. As part of the new offering, the web hosting giant combined its Advance and Infrastructure product lines.

The move should help it maintain its best features while covering a wide range of use cases that include databases, containerization or virtualization, cloud storage, confidential computing, web hosting, CRM or ERP, and eCommerce.

OVHcloud’s new range of servers meets the most demanding security regulations and comply with the ISO/IEC 27001 standards.

Security and performance improvements

The servers can also meet the needs of healthcare organizations as they have Health Data Hosting certification.

Just like all of the other solutions OVHcloud provides, DDoS protection is bundled to protect against all DDoS attacks 24/7 without size or duration restrictions. OVHcloud has also put protections for user data in place, making it accessible in either the European or Canadian data center chosen by customers and in compliance with GDPR.

In a press release, OVHcloud explained that the new range of next-gen Bare metal servers are made up of seven serves sporting the latest Intel Rocket Lake-E CPUs, as well as AMD’s EPYC Milan CPUs.

Significantly improved

The pricing for the server offerings ranges from $109.99 per month to $829.99 per month. Compared to the last ranges, the company’s IPC has improved significantly. Advance machines offer increased performance while limiting power consumption.

The company’s new Advance range also has two servers for data storage with up to 112TB leveraging multiple HDD, SSD, NVMe, and hybrid storage options (RAID choices included.)

Another perk is that incoming and outgoing traffic is unlimited and free with a default bandwidth of up to 1 Gbps. The additional bandwidth subscription options allow SME customers to increase their public bandwidth to 5 Gbps and up to 6 Gbps for private bandwidth.