Hetzner Launches New Ryzen-Based Dedicated Root Servers

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Hosting specialist Hetzner ups their server performance with Ryzen-based server offerings.

Hetzner is an internet hosting company and data center operator out of Germany that provides dedicated hosting, shared web hosting, virtual private servers, managed servers, domain names, SSL certificates, storage, and cloud solutions. Recently the company announced the launch of a new line of Ryzen-based dedicated root servers that offer a significant boost in performance for customers across all of their services.

According to Tommy Giesler, Product Manager for Dedicated Root Servers at Hetzner Online, “All four servers are built to handle applications that have high multithreading requirements.” He continued to say that “they’re also great as general entry level servers for people with heavy workloads.”

The new lineup consists of the AX41 and AX41-NVME, which are based on the Ryzen 5 3600 CPU (with 6 cores and 12 threads), and can be combined with either two 2 TB HDDs or two 512 GB NVMe SSDs. Each of those servers has 64 GB of DDR4 RAM. The AX41 and AX41-NVMe start at € 39.00 a month, with a once-time setup fee of € 39.00. Customers can opt to upgrade the memory on those server to ECC RAM for just € 5.00 a month for increased data integrity.

A step from the base models are the AX51 and AX51-NVMe. These servers are based on the Ryzen 7 3700X (with 8 cores and 16 threads), and can be combined with either two 8 TB HDDs or two 1024 GB NVMe SSDs. Both models include 64 GB of DDR4 ECC RAM. The AX51 and AX51-NVMe are available starting at € 59.00 a month plus a once-time setup fee of € 59.00.

Click here for more information about these new servers.

11/01/2019

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