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Put Business Hosting on a branded Hardware level With our IXW-HDX SERVERS. Our IXW-HDX SERVERS Easily Handle Multiple Tasks and Process Workloads. Get high-end Solutions on the Brand Hardware Level With Our IXW-HDX SERVERS!



Our IXW-HEX SERVERS is for tasks that require high processing power and lightning-fast data memory speeds. Powerful Processors are especially suitable for rapidly growing storage-intense tasks, such as big data analytics and Big Projects.

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Our IXW-HAX SERVERS are Designed with Rapid and parallel processing with powerful multi-core performance.If the organization needs multiple computing cores IXW-HAX SERVERS are perfect. It's well-suited for a wide range of multi-threading intense workloads,


Choose the plan that suites you.


Choose the plan that suites you.

Why choose us?

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Our dedicated servers are powered by high quality, enterprise grade hardware from leading players like Dell, HP and Supermicro. Built for speed and unparalleled performance.

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Our servers are built to deliver superior speed and ensure that even the most demanding web server applications run smoothly without any issues.

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Our team is consists of IT professionals in software and hardware related problems and this keeps our support quality in worlds first class.



We are proud to offer one of the highest level of network uptime guarantee (99.95%). Your website would be always up and running.


A root server, also known as a dedicated server, is a physical server exclusively leased to a single client. Unlike shared hosting or virtual private servers (VPS), where resources are shared among multiple users, a root server provides complete control and access to all resources, including CPU, RAM, storage, and network bandwidth, making it ideal for high-traffic websites, resource-intensive applications, or specific hosting requirements.
Root servers offer several advantages, including full root access for complete control over server configuration and customization, dedicated resources ensuring consistent performance and reliability, enhanced security through isolated environments, scalability to accommodate growing demands, and the ability to install and run custom software or applications tailored to specific needs.
When selecting a root server configuration, consider factors such as the desired CPU power, amount of RAM, storage capacity (including type and RAID configuration), network connectivity options (bandwidth and data transfer limits), geographic location of the server, operating system compatibility, management level (managed or unmanaged), and the provider's reputation for reliability, performance, and support.
Managing a root server requires a certain level of technical expertise, as users are responsible for server administration tasks such as initial setup, software installation, configuration, security updates, monitoring, troubleshooting, and maintenance. While some providers offer managed root server solutions with support for server management tasks, users with limited technical skills may benefit from opting for managed services to ensure optimal server performance and security.