KVM VIRTUAL PRIVATE SERVERS
Located in Manchester, UK
MANCHESTER – THE UK’s 2ND CITY
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
Sat 23rd Aug 2014 11:16AM – Some VPS customers will currently be experiencing a lack of network connectivity to their VPS. We are investigating urgently and will update here as soon as we have further news. Update 11:28AM – We have identified the cause of the issue and have raised a request with on site […]
The Data Centre we are in are this evening experiencing intermittent network issues. There have been two occasions this evening, once at around 18:15, and again at around 20:55, where VPS users have seen varying levels of packet loss lasting between 2 – 4 minutes. Rest assured the Data Centre have a team of network […]
The CentOS team have just announced a few hours ago the very first generally available release of the next major version of CentOS Linux, version 7. The initial release is for for 64 bit x86 compatible machines only. The CentOS project say on their site homepage “There are many fundamental changes in this release, compared […]
Tues 24th June 2014 14:25 – Unfortunately we just suffered a brief loss of connectivity on one of our network segments for approx. 10 minutes, which affected some of our VPS customers. This was as a result of a mistake we made while configuring a switch. Network connectivity is now fully restored, and lessons learned. […]