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The Windows 2003 server is the successor to Windows 2000 server. There are numerous improvements to Windows 2003 where limitations were found in Windows 2000 server. Windows 2003 server has several version choices including Web, Standard, and Enterprise all of which are available from SingleHop. It is important to choose the version of Windows that is best suited for your application.
Most web applications will benefit from the Windows 2003 Web edition. Some of the features are:
Microsoft Windows 2003 Standard adds support for file and printer sharing as well as centralized desktop application deployment that is geared toward small businesses. There are both 32 and 64 bit versions available. The 32 bit version supports up to 4 physical processors and 4 gigabytes of RAM. The 64 bit version increases the maximum RAM to 64 gigabytes.
Microsoft Windows 2003 Enterprise adds support for up to 8 physical processors and 64 gigabytes of RAM. It can also be clustered with up to 8 nodes. Enterprise edition can be setup with the ability to add hot-swap supported hardware to easily change out failed hardware without rebooting the server.
Windows 2003 hosting at SingleHop has the option of adding Plesk control panel to any Windows dedicated server. Plesk is a full featured web interface that allows you to access and control your server from anywhere. Plesk is an all-in-one solution that offers stability, security, and ease of use.
There are many hardware choices involved in a Windows 2003 server that are right for your application. You are not alone. SingleHop’s team of experts will help you every step of the way to build a server that will give your applications the stability and power needed to thrive.
Contact a SingleHop representative to begin customizing a Windows 2003 server that will breathe life into your web ideas.