Features and tools

Well–prepared for an array of jobs

The virtual server packages are supplied with all the functions and software that you might want so as to run your multi–media intensive web sites and applications from one particular area. Every single Virtual Private Server offer provides a choice of Linux OS versions, SSD space, root/administrator access and regular off–site data backups. You will get warranted CPU and memory quotas for quicker connections.

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KVM 1
$ 1.00 month
$ 10.00 per month

On Sale:
This price is valid for the first 3 months.

After that period, the price is $10.00 per month!


  • 1 CPU Core(s)
  • 1 GB Guaranteed RAM
  • 20 GB Disk Space
  • 300 GB Bandwidth
  • 1 IP Addresses
  • Unlimited Hosted Domains
  • CentOS / Debian / Ubuntu
  • cPanel (Optional)
  • Unlimited FTP Accounts
KVM 2
$ 20.00 month

  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 2 GB Guaranteed RAM
  • 40 GB Disk Space
  • 800 GB Bandwidth
  • 1 IP Addresses
  • Unlimited Hosted Domains
  • CentOS / Debian / Ubuntu
  • cPanel (Optional)
  • Unlimited FTP Accounts
KVM 3
$ 40.00 month

  • 3 CPU Cores
  • 4 GB Guaranteed RAM
  • 80 GB Disk Space
  • 1.2 TB Bandwidth
  • 1 IP Addresses
  • Unlimited Hosted Domains
  • CentOS / Debian / Ubuntu
  • cPanel (Optional)
  • Unlimited FTP Accounts
KVM 4
$ 80.00 month

  • 4 CPU Cores
  • 8 GB Guaranteed RAM
  • 160 GB Disk Space
  • 1.8 TB Bandwidth
  • 1 IP Addresses
  • Unlimited Hosted Domains
  • CentOS / Debian / Ubuntu
  • cPanel (Optional)
  • Unlimited FTP Accounts

Complete OS control

Total freedom to install whatever OS you like

Among the disadvantages of Virtual Private Servers when compared with dedicated servers is the Operating System itself – traditionally, you are constrained by the OS choices offered by your service provider. With a KVM-driven VPS, however, you can use practically any OS that is compatible with your server’s specifications and the physical server’s hardware.

This is possible because of the very way in which KVM virtualization works. KVM is implemented straight into the kernel of the host OS, permitting virtual machines to communicate directly with the hardware components, without the need for a supplementary communication layer, present in many other virtualization alternatives.