SSD VIrtual servers

Pricing and Plans

SSD Virtual Servers

Our Main VPS Plans

Absolute performance thanks to the SSD technology and our premium network

VPS 256

As low as:

$3.50 /per month

  • RAM: 256MB
  • 1 vCore
  • Storage: 5GB SSD
  • Bandwidth: 1TB
  • 1 Gbps Connection
  • IP Addresses: 1 IPv4 + IPv6
  • Instant Activation
  • OpenVZ or KVM

VPS 1

As Low As:

$5.50 /per month

  • RAM: 1GB
  • 1 vCore
  • Storage: 10GB SSD
  • Bandwidth: 1TB
  • 1 Gbps Connection
  • IP Addresses: 1 IPv4 + IPv6
  • Instant Activation
  • OpenVZ or KVM

VPS 2

As Low As:

$9 /per month

  • RAM: 2GB
  • 2 vCore
  • Storage: 30GB SSD
  • Bandwidth: 1TB
  • 1 Gbps Connection
  • IP Addresses: 2 IPv4 + IPv6
  • Instant Activation
  • OpenVZ or KVM

Need a bigger plan?

VPS 3

  • RAM: 3GB
  • 4 vCore
  • Storage: 50GB
  • Bandwidth: 2TB
  • IP Addresses: 2 IPv4 + IPv6
  • 1 Gbps Connection
  • Instant Activation
  • OpenVZ or KVM
As low as
$15 / month
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SolusVM Control Panel

Solus Virtual Manager (SolusVM) is a powerful GUI based VPS management system with full OpenVZ, Linux KVM, Xen Paravirtualization and Xen HVM support. SolusVM allows you to manage a VPS cluster with security & ease.

  • Perform the most important operations like reboot or OS installation throught intuitive interface.
  • Generate staticis regarding the network performance or the system load of your container.
  • Manage multiple servers fast and easy without being confused.
  • Supports OpenVZ, XEN and KVM virtualization technologies.
  • Extremly easy management.

Which virtualization should I choose?

Both OpenVZ and KVM are mature technologies with advantages and disadvantages to each. Selecting the appropriate technology may save you future headaches. To that end, please review the following list to see where your use fits.

OpenVZ .

  • Only runs Linux distributions.
  • Typically better performance per dollar with a smaller disk and memory footprint for equivalent solutions.
  • Lower management complexity for customers
  • OpenVZ should perform better than KVM because it doesn't do full emulation.

KVM

  • Will run any operating system.
  • Requires manual operating installation in most cases.
  • Solutions that require custom kernel modifications, patches, specific kernel version or obscure features that are not supported in OpenVZ.
  • Supports advanced netfilter firewall configurations like ipset, nftables, etc.
  • Supports SELinux and Full Disk Encryption.