All Linux VPS servers come with wide selection of Linux based OS's from Ubuntu to Fedora and more


All staff are UK based however work all hours to make sure your support needs are met


Our US-VPS plans use VirtFusion for easy control of your VPS in one place


We have direct and indirect connections to many T1 providers to offer excellent connection


All plans have a free backup slot that is hosted completely free and separate from the main hardware

SSD Storage

All plans are stored on enterprise SAS SSDs to give the best performance and reliability

SSD 50 (v6 only)


  • 10GB Disk
  • 1 vCPU Cores
  • 2GB DDR4 Ram
  • /48 IPv6 NET
  • 1TB Bandwidth
  • 250Mbps Connection

SSD 100


  • 20GB Disk
  • 2 vCPU Cores
  • 2GB DDR4 Ram
  • IPv4
  • /48 IPv6 NET
  • 10TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Connection

Ssd 250


  • 60GB Disk
  • 3 vCPU Cores
  • 6GB DDR4 Ram
  • IPv4
  • /48 IPv6 NET
  • 20TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Connection

Ssd 300


  • 80GB Disk
  • 3 vCPU Cores
  • 8GB DDR4 Ram
  • IPv4
  • /48 IPv6 NET
  • 30TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Connection

Ssd 350


  • 100GB Disk
  • 4 vCPU Cores
  • 12GB DDR4 Ram
  • IPv4
  • /48 IPv6 NET
  • 30TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Connection

Ssd 400


  • 100GB Disk
  • 6 vCPU Cores
  • 16GB DDR4 Ram
  • IPv4
  • /48 IPv6 NET
  • 50TB Bandwidth
  • 2.5Gbps Connection


VirtFusion is a powerful and feature-rich virtualization control panel that allows you to manage rock-solid KVM virtual machines, to find out more visit their official site https://virtfusion.com/ 

While we do maintain many Linux images for easy install these do change very often and as such we allow you to use your own ISO or we have a pre-installed Netboot.xyz, here is a list of current images:

  •     AlmaLinux Server 8 & 9
  •     AlmaLinux 9 Desktop
  •     Rocky Linux Server 8 & 9
  •     Rocky Linux 9 Desktop
  •     Alpine Linux 3.15
  •     CentOS Server 7, 8 & 9
  •     Ubuntu Server 18.04, 2.04 & 22.04
  •     Debian Server 10, 11 & 12
  •     Fedora 36, 37, 38, 39
  •     FreeBSD 13.2
  •     openSUSE Leap 16
  •     Oracle Linux 8 & 9
  •     CloudLinux 9
  •     Arch Linux Latest

We operate multiple AS numbers, however primarily use AS47272 for connectivity and IP holdings, we are connected directly to T1 providers and other upstreams to ensure we can provide the best reliability and performance mix. If you are more tech minded and want to see our network in more details, BGPTools has more in depth information on upstreams, IX's and even prefixes https://bgp.tools/as/47272.

In the US specifically we have a total transit capacity of over 50+Gbps which is made up of multiple 10G transit providers and connections to various IX locations. 

Which IX's are we connected to in the US?

  •    KCIX
  •    STLIX
  •    HOUIX
  •    MICE

We have a very select hardware line up used for our Hypervisors, we have spent many days/weeks testing and figuring out what gives us the best price and performance for you, below are the minimum specs of our hypervisors:

  •    2xE5-2690v4
  •    256GB DDR4 Ram
  •    2/4x3.8TB Micron SAS 12G SSD
  •    Dell hardware
  •    2x10G Fibre Uplinks