SOLOIDC is based in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. It offers a wide range of cloud hosting and cloud server plans plus email hosting, hardware dedicated servers, SSL certificates, managed services, backup services, disaster recovery solutions, and hosting solutions for Tally, CRM, SAP, and ERP.
This company has hosted over 20,000 websites. It boasts of 875 clients, 1275 projects, 5275 hours of work, and 350 awards. Its website is in English.
Features and Ease of Use
SOLOIDC offers eight VPS plans (four each for Linux and Windows) and three dedicated server plans. It also provides three Zimbra email hosting plans, four Microsoft Exchange email hosting plans, and six cloud storage plans.
The Linux VPS plans come with the following features as standard:
- 2 GB to 16 GB RAM
- 2-core to 8-core CPUs
- 50 GB to 300 GB SSD storage
- Unlimited bandwidth
Windows VPS plans use Microsoft Hyper-V technology that facilitates more efficient resource usage.
Whether you want to host a website or e-commerce store, or test a critical web application, you can do it all with SOLOIDC. A 99.9% uptime guarantee is stated in the SLA, but you’ll find a 99.999% uptime guarantee stated elsewhere on the vendor’s website. Unfortunately, I couldn’t get clarification on this.
SOLOIDC uses SSD storage for higher reliability and performance compared with traditional HDDs. Reliability is also enhanced by RAID 10 duplicated data storage that reduces the risk of data loss through drive failure. Redundancy extends to SOLOIDC’s N+1 data center redundancy that ensures the overall architecture stays up if an individual component goes down.
Pricing and Support
SOLOIDC’s Linux VPS plans are competitively priced, and you can pay for them in Indian rupees (INR) on a monthly basis. There is no money-back guarantee, but the SLA-backed uptime guarantee allows for refunds or credits in the event of services becoming unavailable. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find the SLA details documented anywhere.
You can contact SOLOIDC’s 24/7 customer support team via telephone, live chat, or email. I couldn’t connect with anyone via live chat despite it looking to be online, and (unfortunately) my email query went unanswered. For self-support, the knowledge base link leads to the separate idcapps.com domain that contains some tutorials related to data centers: