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  • BosseDorotea
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    I have never quite understood what it is

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  • ZiporaTilda
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    Quite elaborative with some deep insights
    I never knew the difference but from the way you've put it, I feel like a veteran in the field

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  • nihitthakkar
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    A dedicated server is a type of remote server that is entirely dedicated to an individual, organization or application. It is deployed, hosted and managed by a hosting, cloud or managed service provider (MSP).

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  • Jessica78
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    A dedicated server is a type of web hosting in which a client has the exclusive use of an entire server.

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  • Ravina123
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    A dedicated server is a type of web hosting in which a client has the exclusive use of an entire server. Dedicated servers are typically used to host high-traffic websites, web applications, and for other hosting scenarios where performance is paramount.

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  • Viridianmedicine
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    A Dedicated Server is a powerful server which gives you complete control!

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  • Petson10
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    A dedicated server is referenced as a bare-metal server. These servers are meant to be designed with different scenarios in mind. They are built with dedicated hardware that handles large allocations of resources for CPU, RAM and Disk space. Dedicated servers can support large traffic, intensive applications and other various related tasks.

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  • Amara Magdalene
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    The Dedicated Server is a web hosting solution that comes with fully dedicated resources, unlimited bandwidth, high storage, High RAM & SSD, High backup storage, and many more. It offers space to host a large-scale business or another website with high uptime.

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  • Amara Magdalene
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    A Dedicated Server is a web hosting solution on which dedicatedly works only for a single website with dedicated resources. It is the best and robust web hosting platform that offers the best resources like unlimited bandwidth, high uptime, high RAM & SSD, high backup storage, and many more.

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  • ellawilson866
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    A dedicated server is a type of web hosting in which a client has the exclusive use of an entire server.

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  • nadialeigh
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    It's the one you own and don't share the allocations with anyone, unlike Shared servers where you have to share your space with everyone.

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  • sanmmy
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    A dedicated service is very useful for your website. This is affordable and secure. This server gives 24/7 hour service to his customers.

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  • Richardfire
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    A dedicated hosting service, dedicated server, or managed hosting service is a type of Internet hosting in which the client leases an entire server not shared with anyone else

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  • samK
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    A dedicated server is a computer that is set aside for a specific task, such as hosting a resource intensive application or website. Dedicated servers can take several forms. With a dedicated server, the server is a computer that is reserved explicitly on a network for your application or website

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  • Wilsonjacob45
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    Thanks for the community answers about simple way explained definition of dedicated server.

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