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I have created a TCP server and it's currently hosted on my local machine, but I want to host it on Internet like we host websites. Is there any company which provides this service? And what's the procedure? I am a beginner, so please tell me the reason if you down vote.

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closed as off topic by MadHatter, Sven, Mircea Vutcovici, sysadmin1138 May 23 '13 at 13:58

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Dooby, welcome to SF, but you really do need to read the FAQ before posting any more questions. This one's partly off-topic because it's a request for product/service recommendations, which aren't allowed anywhere on StackExchange including SF, and partly because this site is, according to the about document linked from the bottom of every page, a "question and answer site for professional system and network administrators", and if you will forgive me, your question makes me doubt that you are one such. – MadHatter May 23 '13 at 13:41
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Any VPS, dedicated system, or colocation service will allow you to run arbitrary executables of your choice.

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Thank you for your infromation , So I can run my Console application on a Dedicated server ? , is that right ? – Dooby May 23 '13 at 13:59

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