A Virtual Private Server (“VPS”) is traditionally created using virtualisation technology to divide a larger server into smaller ‘virtual’ servers, each privately isolated from the other virtual servers on the host. Because virtual servers share the same underlying hardware, the costs to the consumer are cheaper than it would be to rent a physical (“Dedicated”) server alone.
We take a slightly different approach; operating our enterprise cloud platform . Rather than dividing multiple physical servers, our VPS solutions utilise large cloud clustering, featuring the same super-fast and reliable architecture as our hosting and reseller services. Our fast SSD storage platform, load distribution, enterprise firewall and networking are just some of the features we employ at our datacentre.