IP ServerOne offers a long list of solutions that include shared hosting, dedicated server hosting, cloud hosting, co-location hosting, domain registration services, and dedicated email hosting, DDoS services, migration services, and managed services.
Features and Ease of Use
This provider no longer offers its SME shared hosting plan, and it focuses on SSD cloud hosting with the following features:
- Linux and Windows servers
- Predefined virtual machines
- 3.75 GB to 120 GB RAM
- 100 Mbps bandwidth
- Servers in Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore
- SSH access
The cPanel control panel includes the Softaculous auto-installer so you can install an array of CMS and other apps to help you build your website.
As an alternative to cloud hosting, the dedicated server solutions allow you to choose between two server locations (Malaysia and Singapore) and enjoy DDoS protection, multiple network uplinks, hardware RAID technology, and the iKVM interface for remote operation.
IP ServerOne’s infrastructure is pretty robust, thanks to the company’s exclusive use of AIMS Tier 3 data centers and its new state-of-the-art data center (in Malaysia). IP ServerOne provides a 99.9% uptime guarantee.
Pricing and Support
IP ServerOne’s cloud hosting and dedicated server solutions don’t come cheap. The six cloud hosting accounts vary mainly in terms of storage, RAM, and CPU. You can also create your own custom package, and you can choose to billed monthly or hourly, depending on your needs.
The dedicated server packages differ depending on your choice of server location. You can choose from between five price plans in Malaysia and two price plans in Singapore.
You can pay for plans using a credit card, cash, check, bank transfer, or PayPal. The 30-day money-back guarantee affords you a few weeks to decide if this really is the right service provider for you.
IP ServerOne provides the usual support channels – live chat, email, ticket system, and telephone – plus an active social media presence and an extensive knowledge base with plenty of tutorials. I found the live chat channel to be more responsive than the email support route: