A dedicated server is a remote server for the exclusive use of one person or company. Unlike shared hosting, there are no other users on the same physical hardware. Do not confuse dedicated servers with virtual private servers, which virtual machines for the use of a single person.
The biggest advantage of a dedicated server is the monthly rental. There is no capital expense for the server, so you are effectively renting the server from the provider. Colocation is a great option for an organization that has existing servers. However, when you don’t have any physical servers, dedicated servers provide a lot of flexibility.
Dedicated server selection is very similar to buying a new physical server. Some providers will show you the actual make and model of the server. Others will provide packages based on specifications like processor speeds, memory, and storage. The package you choose will determine the monthly cost. You can also build a custom server, although unlike the other options, the provider is likely to request a commitment of least three years.
Access is simple. You can get a remote desktop or an IP KVM connection or both. Like other hosting options, you will also get access to a control panel to control and monitor the high-level aspects of your account.