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Try bare metal servers right now, take 25 percent off processors

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When your data-driven workloads demand more performance, you may find yourself considering bare metal servers. Their flexibility, power, security, and global reach let you take your business to the next level in the cloud.

It makes sense that you’d want to experience a fully customizable bare metal environment to perfectly fit your workload needs. We want to make it easier for you to give them a shot.

For a limited time only, we’ve discounted our v3 suite of Intel Xeon 2600 processor-based bare metal servers—the core building blocks of our cloud portfolio. See if bare metal servers can get your jobs done and take 25 percent off Intel v3 processors.

The complete list of discounted servers is listed here:

Bare metal servers discount

All configurations offer up to 10Gbps maximum port speeds and redundant power supplies.

This offer is only valid while supplies last—which won’t be forever. It’s also valid for the life of the server and cannot be combined with any other promos, offers, or existing customer discounts. Except where noted above, standard pricing applies to associated servers, RAM, and storage.

Learn more about building your own one-of-a-kind bare metal server with next-level compute performance and start accelerating your heavy workloads now.

Ready for more? Have a look at our complete list of bare metal servers.

 

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