Get your hands on a virtual private server with shared CPU performance
Get access to a control panel where you can access your server through noVNC or turn it on and off.
We use the latest generation Intel Core, Intel Xeon, AMD Ryzen, and AMD EPYC processors.
We use Proxmox KVM Virtualization which provides high performance and reliability to our customers.
We support a variety of Linux distributions.
We use the Proxmox VE control panel by ModulesGarden in order to provide a flexible and easy to use control panel to our clients.
We support a lot of different payment methods.
We provide full root access with all of our servers for free.
Run your application 24/7/365 on our infrastructure.
Please read our terms of service in order to find the refund policy, as it may change.
Due to limitations of KVM virtualization, you can upgrade your plan (as long as there is stock) but not downgrade it. This can be done with our billing panel. The reason you cannot downgrade your service is due to limitations with resizing KVM disks.
A VPS (or virtual private server) is a "slice" or a small part of a physical server that is allocated to you. A VPS is typically used to host a website, a game server, or a small application. However, VPS's have shared resources (i.e. CPU cores), meaning that you must keep others in mind. If you need dedicated performance, we would highly recommend a dedicated server or a VDS (virtual dedicated server).
We support most Linux distributions. This includes the latest LTS/stable releases of Rocky, Alma, CentOS, Ubuntu, and Debian. We also support Windows Server 2012R2, 2019, and 2022, however, the Windows templates are currently experimental and may take some time to deploy. If you need a custom ISO, you can open a ticket and we'll mount it.
We use some of the highest end AMD Ryzen CPU's and Intel Core CPU's in order to provide the best performance possibe.
All virtual private servers come with Layer 4 DDoS protection by default. Please note that we do not have anything game-specific, nor do we protect against Layer 7 attacks. We also do not allow tunneling of our mitigation at the moment.
New York, NY, USA: 100 Gbps Standard
Los Angeles, CA, USA: 100 Gbps Standard
Miami, FL, USA: 100 Gbps Standard
Dallas, TX, USA: 7 Tbps Standard
Amsterdam, NL: 10 Gbps Standard
Coventry, UK: 100 Gbps Standard
Mumbai, IN: 1 Gbps Standard
Tokyo, JP: 100 Gbps Standard
São Paulo, BR: 2 Tbps Standard
Istanbul, TR: 10 Gbps Standard
If you do happen to get frequent DDoS attacks with large capacities that start impacting other users, we may ask you to move to a dedicated server or to other locations with better DDoS mitigation.