VPS Hosting

Compare VPS to Shared Hosting Plans

Pros and Cons

On a shared server, all the sites share the operating system and resources. Problems with your neighbors' sites can temporarily slow down the server's performance. Virtual Private Server Plans, on the other hand, provides a partitioned environment. Each partition has a separate operating system and a guaranteed share of hardware resources (CPU, RAM, disk space). While the server has multiple operating systems and partitions, each partition behaves the same as a dedicated server; but at a much lower cost.

Dedicated servers are often considered because of the higher level of control they offer growing websites. This control is attractive, but the cost can be difficult to justify. VPS Plans provide the same functionality of a dedicated server but at a lower price. With a VPS Plan, webmasters can use many of the self-management tools such as the ability to start, stop, and reboot without web hosting technical support.

With a Shared Hosting environment, hundreds of web accounts can be on the same server. Since all of the accounts are on the same server, they share the same operating system and applications.

  • Custom Control Panel
  • Instant account setup
  • 30 Day money-back guarantee
  • Host unlimited domains
  • Root access - no
  • Abillity to install software - no
  • E-commerce
  • POP3 e-mail accounts
  • Web Based E-mail
  • Configure your own Mail Server
  • Ability to stop/restart server - no
  • OC-48/OC-192
    IP backbone Connections
  • Daily tape-backup

Our Virtual Private Server technology divides the disk and network space. Each Virtual Private Server has its own operating system and can have almost the same power as the full server.

  • Advanced control panel
  • Instant account setup
  • 30 Day money-back guarantee
  • Host unlimited domains
  • Root access - yes
  • Abillity to install software - yes
  • E-commerce
  • POP3 e-mail accounts
  • Web Based E-mail
  • Configure your own Mail Server
  • Ability to stop/restart server - yes
  • OC-48/OC-192
    IP backbone Connections
  • Daily tape-backup