|Hosting Plan||Features||Disk Space||Bandwidth||Price|
|Split-Dedicated VPS VPS||
They 100% own their own servers, they simply rent space at the PheonixNap Data service site.
The level of root control depends on which hosting plan is selected, however, all plans allow for SSH access, remote MySQL access, SFTP, SCP and webmail access.
No, Crucial is not a domain name registrar. Domains will need to be purchased externally and pointed via their DNS nameservers.
Crucial can be contacted for further inquiries, individual projects would need to solicite for sponsorship.
The most current stable versions are used, covering PHP 5.2, 5.3, 5.4 and 5.5, all of which can be run from a single account.
Yes, but this is dependent on the site application used to perform the mailing. For mass mailings, a third party service is recommended instead.
From a technical perspective, it involves the use of server containers managed by CloudLinux. For a simple explanation, it means that website server "overcrowding" never occurs, every site is guarenteed to have a significant fraction of resource available at all times.
Split-dedicated servers are virtualized, but resources are protected. Dedicated servers have protected resources as well, but often don't come with full-service server managment tools like cPanel and other applications. Additionally, a split-dedicated server is already hardened for security and setup for performance.