GPU Cloud and our Lease-to-Own (LTO) services have launched! 37.5% off Xeon E3 Dedicated Servers until 11/28!
LEASE-TO-OWNUnlock easy server ownership with our straightforward lease-to-own server programs. Affordable and flexible, they're designed to turn your monthly costs into an investment. Begin today and take a step towards owning your hardware effortlessly.
Pay annually and get an additional $10/m recurring discount
4 Bay Server
Quanta D51PC-1UDual Xeon E5 • 4 LFF/SFF Bays • Colocation Included • Rails Included • 12-Month Warranty
1TB SSDs$5.00 / disk
10TB HDDs$10.00 / disk
10 Bay Server
Quanta D51PC-1UDual Xeon E5 • 10 SFF Bays • Colocation Included • Rails Included • 12-Month Warranty
1TB SSDs$5.00 / disk
2TB SSDs$7.00 / disk
5TB HDDs$10.00 / disk
After the server is paid in full, you’ll automatically be converted to our colocation at base rate of $70/mo or $720/yr
Read our full Lease-to-Own contract and terms here
Why LTO?Lease-to-own (LTO) with a dedicated server is a strategic choice for a business or individual looking for a long-term solution without the full upfront costs of purchasing. LTO agreements offer the benefit of fixed monthly payments while building equity in the hardware. Over time, you'll own the server outright, which can be more cost-effective than perpetual renting. Leveraging Crunchbits' purchasing power for reduced rates and our ability to seamlessly deploy and bring your server live gives you the ability to get live and start building equity while growing without burning all of your capital up front. Additionally, Crunchbits' LTO plans all include a 12-month warranty, ensuring your server remains reliable without additional concern or investment. This approach is ideal for companies and individuals that prefer operational expenditure over capital expenditure while still planning for future ownership.
- - Examine lease terms to understand the path to ownership
- - Clarify your monthly payments and ownership timeline
- - Review end-of-lease colocation options
- - Select and build your desired server specifications
- - Place your order and make the initial payment
- - Execute your Lease-to-own agreement with Crunchbits
- - We will setup and do the initial configuration for your server
- - Your billing cycle will start after delivery of physical hardware
- - Begin using the server!
- - Complete your payment plan to gain full ownership
- - Enjoy only paying for colocation costs
- - Opt for upgrades or additional services as needed
LTO SERVERSThe economical way to build your infrastructureOptimize your capital expenditure with our lease-to-own servers. Flexible plans that evolve with your needs, leading ultimately to ownership and cost savings.
Enterprise HardwareAll of the hardware powering your dedicated server and infrastructure are from trusted enterprise brands such as Supermicro, Juniper, APC, AMD, Intel, and more.
100% SLAWith enterprise hardware, advanced datacenters, flywheel energy storage, and multihomed network upstreams, we offer a 100% uptime SLA on dedicated and GPU products.
Fiber NetworkWith multiple upstreams, direct peering, and fiber circuits to ensure physical redundancy and separate physical paths on our all-fiber network from major carriers, experience unmatched connectivity and uptime.
Local SupportWhile every service is unmanaged, we do still have on-site and full-time knowledgeable Crunchbits-only staff for any issues or concerns that might come up.
FAQQUESTIONS? FIND ANSWERS
How much do automatic backups cost?
Free. Every VPS/VDS plan has the ability for 1 free automatic backup. The big storage plans can only backup their OS portion, and not the large HDD portion.
What makes your network special?
We've built our network from the ground up utilizing enterprise-grade Juniper gear paired with terabit-scale routing capabilites with full tables. Multi-homed network with redundant carriers.
Do you offer DDoS protection?
Yes. Every dedicated server (Dedicated, GPU, VDS) comes equipped with free, seamless DDoS protection. Our solution effectively scrubs out harmful traffic, allowing legitimate traffic to pass directly through your server.
How are your prices so low?
Our low prices are attributed to fully owning our hardware, strategically locating our data centers in secondary markets, and efficiency from the top down. These factors allow us to minimize costs and provide affordable services without compromising quality or reliability.
Are you pro free speech?
We are strong advocates of the First Amendment and free speech at Crunchbits. Our content policy aligns with the US Constitution and the law, without imposing any additional restrictions. We will not moderate legal content. Additionally, the state of Washington has net neutrality enshrined in law. Choose Spokane, WA as your location for an extra layer of protection. We will always respect your right to freely express ideas and opinions.
Do you accept Cryptocurrency?
Yes, we happily accept Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash as forms of payment.
How is bandwidth utilization calculated?
We calculate based upon inbound and outbound usage. If you go over, you will be limited to 5Mbps until your quota resets or you contact support.
Do you support IPv6?
Yes, we offer a routed IPv6 /64 with all services.
Where can I learn more?
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