KVM VIRTUAL PRIVATE SERVERS
Located in Manchester, UK
MANCHESTER – THE UK’s 2ND CITY
and the largest UK Internet hub outside of London
Where better to locate your VPS than in the middle of the UK? Manchester is one of the most connected cities in the UK. The city has a dozen or so data centres, all interconnected via excellent peering exchanges, and many fibre routes out of the UK that are independent of London. Read more.
First and foremost, we are Linux experts. If you like Linux, you'll love being with us.
We use the Linux Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) as our virtualisation platform.
We are based in Manchester, and we own our own equipment in Manchester Data Centres.
We give you more control over your VPS than anyone else does, with our own Advanced Control Panel.
Recent Blog Posts
In the last 7 days the internet community has seen two quite significant (but unrelated) security vulnerabilities made public; affectionately named “VENOM” (CVE-2015-3456) and “Logjam”. We’ve taken steps to protect our customers from both. “VENOM” (CVE-2015-3456) is a vulnerability affecting the vast majority of Cloud and VPS providers such as ourselves. It is a flaw […]
We will be performing essential maintenance work on our VPS host servers between 3AM – 5AM GMT on Sunday 2nd November. During this window your VPS will be unavailable for up to 20 mins while the host server is rebooted. Before rebooting we will be sending each VPS an ACPI Shutdown signal. If you have […]
We’ve updated some ISOs today, the following are the new versions that have replaced the old ones: The Centos 5.10 collection has been updated with the recently released Centos 5.11 equivalents. Clonezilla Live 2.2.4-12 (amd64) Clonezilla Live 2.2.4-12 (i686-pae) KNOPPIX DVD V7.4.2 2014-09-28 EN System Rescue CD 4.3.1 If there is a particular […]
Sun Sept 28th 2014 – 16:50: Unfortunately the data centre we are in has just suffered a brief loss of network connectivity lasting about 5-10 mins. It was very brief so may not have been noticed but our monitoring detected it. We’d like to apologise to any customers affected. At the moment we don’t have […]