Why do we sell CPU Percentage instead of Player Slots?

August 13, 2017

When you buy a server from a Game Service Provider (GSP) they run it on one of their dedicated servers with other peoples servers. They need to guesstimate how many servers they can run on a machine, and for Garry’s Mod, the average seems to be running about 20 game servers per dedicated server. The […]

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Secure yourself and your service.

March 5, 2017

Hey, guys. What’s up! Recently at Crident there has been an increase in clients finding their account/service has been breached/hacked/taken over/cancelled/deleted and a plethora of other horrible things which we hate to hear about when our clients have worked hard on their projects. We thought it would be appropriate to give you guys some easy but […]

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Ahoy from Crident!

March 4, 2017

What’s up? We’re always researching into what cool, new, and high-potential games we can offer to our customer base here at Crident with our core bullet proof DDoS protection and unmatchable performance. We’ve recently been following the progress of a couple of games and giving them tests and we’ve decided on offering  Blackwake! A truly awesome […]

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Ark: Survival Hosting

March 3, 2017

A new game, a new path. Here at Crident Networks, we’ve been researching for a while into what DDoS protected game hosting we could offer after we’ve developed into our current products and we’ve found our next venture; Ark: Survival Evolved Hosting. This is a survival game which has been out for a while, and […]

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New Location! EU-France

June 20, 2016

New location: France. I’m extremely proud to announce due to the continued support towards our company and its products – we’re now able to open a new and improved location to better serve the clients requiring more high quality DDoS mitigation and bandwidth connectivity. The ping in the EU in general with the France location […]

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Case Study: Hyplex Networks

April 23, 2016

The “hosting issue” Anyone who has worked with or ran gaming communities will be familiar with these issues; When running a gaming community its key to be consistent, as such changing your IP can cause a very damaging effect on your player count, causing people to struggle connecting or just flat out loose the server from their […]

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