Cloud hosting package details:

14 Daily Nodes

8.4GHz total dedicated CPU.
VPS systems are made up of one or more nodes. Each node provides 376MB RAM, 10GB SAN storage, 600MHz dedicated CPU and 250GB/month bandwidth. Discounts apply when buying multiple nodes, so the more you need, the more you can save.
Platform:
Operating system pre-installed on the server.
Linux
Compute units:
A logic measure that hosting providers use to define the CPU power guaranteed for a cloud server. The exact CPU power behinds this value depends on the specific hardware and varies between different providers. 1 compute unit usually equals to about 2 virtual cores of a common CPU.
3.5
Memory:
Available RAM size on the server.
5.264GB
Disk space:
Amount of storage space available on the server.
140GB
Location:
Physical location of the data center.
USA, UK
Price per hour:
Price you pay foran hour of an online cloud server. For pay-as-you-go plans, you pay for compute capacity by the hour with no long-term commitments.
$0.583
One time fee period:
Time period you reserve a server instance for by paying a one-time payment. In turn you receive a significant discount on the hourly usage charge.
None
Setup:
One-time setup fee the hosting provider charges.
Free
Burst compute units:
A logic measure that hosting providers use to define the max burting CPU power a cloud server is given. The exact CPU power behinds this value depends on the specific hardware and varies between different providers. 1 compute unit usually equals to about 2 virtual cores of a common CPU.
3.5
Price per day:
Estimated price you pay for a single full day of an online cloud server. Mainly relevant for pay-as-you-go plans.
$14.0
Bandwidth:
Internet bandwidth transfer limit.
3500.0GB
Data transfer out per GB:
Charge per 1 gigabyte of outbound Internet data transfer (bandwidth).
$0.0
Data transfer in per GB:
Charge per 1 gigabyte of inbound Internet data transfer (bandwidth).
$0.0
Extra features:
Additional features available for this package.
API, Managed DNS, Auto scaling, Cloud storage, Content Delivery Network, Pay-as-you-go pricing
Control panel:
Type of control panel provided.
API, Web based
Virtualization technology:
The virtualization technology that constructs the cloud hosting insfrastructure of the provider.
XenServer
VPS.net
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VPS.net

Company Info:
Company title:
The public name of the company.
Vps
Owned domains:
List of other domain names that are owned by the same owner as this site.
secureserverdot.com, successfulhosting.com, discountdomainregistry.com, lapbandtalk.com, 123language.com, lingotranslator.com, servernode.net, successfulsitepromotion.com, lingotalk.com
Supported product types:
Hosting package types supported by this provider.
VPS, Cloud hosting
Payment options:
Available payment options supported by this provider.
Credit card, PayPal
Site Info:
Online since:
The date the domain of this site was first registered.
Alexa traffic rank:
A measure of the site's popularity. The rank is calculated using a combination of average daily visitors and pageviews over the past 3 months. The site with the highest combination of visitors and pageviews is ranked #1.
Alexa traffic rank in US:
A measure of the site's popularity in US. The rank is calculated using a combination of average daily visitors and pageviews from users from US over the past 3 months. The site with the highest combination of visitors and pageviews is ranked #1 in US.
Unique monthly visitors:
The Unique Visitors metric only counts a person once no matter how many times they visit a site in a given month. Unique Visitors are typically used to determine how popular a site is.
12,038 (Compete.com) Ranked 39 at HostMonk
Sites linking in:
Average load time:
Median website load time and percent of known sites that are slower.
2.059 Seconds, 69% of the sites are faster Ranked 60 at HostMonk
Contact Info:
Twitter profile:
Name and description of the official Twitter profile of this company.
vpsnet (2412 followers)
"For questions, contact our Managing Director Nick Nelson at nick@vps.net!"
Ranked 22 at HostMonk
Address:
Physical address of this company.
4167 Winchester Rd., Null, USA
4167 Winchester Rd., Null, USA
Phone:
Official phone number of this company.
610 530 7454 999 999 9999
Official email:
Official email address of this company.
antadam@vps.net
Terms of service:
Link to the "Terms of service" page published by this hosting provider.
User Reviews:
1 user review for VPS.net:
Stay away!
10
by Sigi Eisenreich - Jan 11, 2011
At the beginning VPS.net was quite ok, support was then already not the fastest. By now it's just a horror trip!
We have about 15 large VPS running in London by VPS.net. All the time the server crash due to VPS.net issues and today all of our servers suddenly are on a READ-ONLY Filesystem and offline since 6h counting... The longest downtime we had to suffer was almost 10h! I'm in the business since over 15 years, this has never happened by any provider we had before.
We switched some already to another provider and the complete same server image runs just fine!
In the last 2 months we issued over 80 support tickets! The average response time is about 30min for a high-alert ticket!
The support team consists mostly of russian technicians with bad english skills and they are only eager to make a quick fix and not completely resolve the issue.
Blog posts
Recent posts from VPS.net blog:
Why Your 2019 Goal Should Be To Use A VPN
Feb 20, 2019
The importance of data security increases with each year that passes, which is why 2019 should be the year of exercising better cybersecurity practices. A little effort towards securing your data can go a long way toward preventing cyber threats like malware, identity theft, and account breaches. Learn more about how a VPN, or Virtual... Read More The post Why Your 2019 Goal Should Be To Use A VPN appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Is This The Year When Li-Fi Will Take Off?
Feb 14, 2019
Over the last few years, scientists and engineers have been working on a new technology which could become as transformative as the internet itself. Light Fidelity is on the cusp of revolutionizing data distribution – eliminating wifi, rendering 5G largely redundant, and providing secure data streams at unimaginable speeds. Light Fidelity operates on similar principles... Read More The post Is This The Year When Li-Fi Will Take Off? appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
How To Build The Ultimate LAMP Stack – And What To Do With It
Feb 07, 2019
It’s hard to overstate the importance of the humble LAMP stack when it comes to creating websites or online applications. This iconic stack comprises four pieces of unrelated open source software, each powered by the previous element, and collectively they can achieve wonderful things… On top of the Linux operating system rests an Apache web... Read More The post How To Build The Ultimate LAMP Stack – And What To Do With It appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Important Steps You Should Take Before Finalizing Your New Website
Jan 30, 2019
Building a new website is a busy and exciting time. Whether you are creating a new ecommerce shop, an individual profile, a new forum to showcase your passion, or any other website, the odds are that you’ve invested yourself into each line of HTML code. If you’ve reviewed and edited your web pages and are... Read More The post Important Steps You Should Take Before Finalizing Your New Website appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Historic Hacks: Albert Gonzalez
Jan 24, 2019
If you’ve ever wondered about the availability of your debit or credit card number on the internet, you can thank today’s historic hacker. Albert Gonzalez made history when he resold more than 170 million credit and ATM numbers to the highest bidder. Read on to hear how he did it and, more importantly, how he... Read More The post Historic Hacks: Albert Gonzalez appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Understanding Page Speed Test Results
Jan 17, 2019
Speed matters to website owners. A few seconds can be the difference between a very successful website and a wasted digital space. To determine the speed of your website, you can perform a simple speed test in a matter of seconds. The speed test results can provide you with insight into how well your website... Read More The post Understanding Page Speed Test Results appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Historic Hacks: Vladimir Levin
Jan 10, 2019
Today’s Historic Hack reminds us that security must cover entire operations from the ground up within organizations. Hacks can occur through other methods than the typical digital communications that we are used to hearing about in headlines. Physical and telecommunication efforts must also be protected. Today in Historic Hacks, the case of Vladimir Levin is... Read More The post Historic Hacks: Vladimir Levin appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
How Do Data Centers Keep Information Safe?
Jan 03, 2019
When you partner with a web host, you are trusting them with your sensitive information, and believing that they will keep it away from prying eyes. But just how secure is it? Popular television shows often include hacking methods in their storylines. A typecast “nerdy” actor must quickly access sensitive information to save the day.... Read More The post How Do Data Centers Keep Information Safe? appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Historic Hacks: How Much Do Data Breaches Cost?
Dec 27, 2018
Throughout our series of Historic Hacks, we have often looked at the damages created by notorious hackers. From worms like Melissa to hackers like Gary McKinnon, we have hashed out the dirty deeds of these historic data breaches. However, we have yet to look closely at the aftermath of these digital messes. Today in our... Read More The post Historic Hacks: How Much Do Data Breaches Cost? appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
How Does Page Speed Affect SEO?
Dec 20, 2018
Search engines use complex algorithms to measure important aspects of your website when deciding whether or not to send traffic in your direction. Google, Bing, Yahoo, and others use small elements of your website to determine the quality and authenticity of your site, an action which then translates to where your page appears in search... Read More The post How Does Page Speed Affect SEO? appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Historic Hacks: The Conficker Worm
Dec 13, 2018
In 2008, a worm began infecting computers one at a time. While it may not have wrought the level of damage seen by some malware, The Conficker Hack meets our Historic Hack standards due to its endurance and tenacity. So in today’s installment of Historic Hacks, we will review the Conficker Worm and its replicating,... Read More The post Historic Hacks: The Conficker Worm appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
What You Should Know About Application Layer DDoS Attacks
Dec 06, 2018
DDoS attacks are a threat that constantly lurks beneath the surface for website administrators. We have gotten used to DDoS attacks as headline news due to the damage and downtime wrought. However, we often miss the details that might clue us in on how to avoid such attacks. Investigating the OSI Model To get a... Read More The post What You Should Know About Application Layer DDoS Attacks appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Historic Hacks: LulzSec
Nov 29, 2018
In today’s edition of Historic Hacks, we will be looking at a sequence of attacks perpetrated by the group LulzSec, or Lulz Security, that occurred in 2011. The black hat hacking group claimed a variety of attacks that range from a high-profile Sony to taking the CIA website offline. Some experts claim that LulzSec helped... Read More The post Historic Hacks: LulzSec appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
5 Plugins To Boost Website Engagement
Nov 22, 2018
Writing brilliant content, designing beautiful images, and creating streamlined customer journeys is not enough on their own to boost website engagement. You need users who will stay engaged with your website after their first visit and become return visitors to really capture the interest you are striving for. Luckily for WordPress users, there are hundreds... Read More The post 5 Plugins To Boost Website Engagement appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Historic Hacks: Spamhaus
Nov 15, 2018
You may notice that today’s Historic Hack title is a bit different. Today we feature the target of an attack rather than the attacker. We have taken this route due to the fact that the attacker is still unknown. In this installment of Historic Hack, we look at Spamhaus as the target of one of... Read More The post Historic Hacks: Spamhaus appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Do You Need A Virtual Private Server?
Nov 08, 2018
If you are in the market for web hosting, you may be feeling overwhelmed by all the choice available. All packages claim to be a perfect fit for your requirements, but how do you really know which is best for you? We have assembled this quick guide to Virtual Private Servers to help you make... Read More The post Do You Need A Virtual Private Server? appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Historic Hacks: Gary McKinnon
Nov 01, 2018
In our Historic Hacks segment, we like to look back at internet events that shocked, surprised, or horrified us. Today we look at the biggest military computer hack of all time, even though it might not have occurred for the reasons you might think… Eyes on the skies We’ve all heard tales of Area 51... Read More The post Historic Hacks: Gary McKinnon appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Historic Hacks – Melissa
Oct 25, 2018
In this historic hacks article, we’ll be taking a trip back to 1999, and looking at the Melissa macro virus, known as the first successful mass-mailing virus. Unsavory Files On the 26th March 1999, David L. Smith uploaded a Microsoft Word document to the alt.sex Usenet group with a macro hidden inside of it. The... Read More The post Historic Hacks – Melissa appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
SSL, TLS And Their Role In Security On The Internet
Oct 18, 2018
When the internet was first devised, it was envisioned as a tool to connect universities, research establishments, and the military. As computers were so expensive at the time, the number of internet users were limited. This also meant that little emphasis was placed on public security with regard to the technologies being developed. All data... Read More The post SSL, TLS And Their Role In Security On The Internet appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Historic Hacks – Kevin Mitnick
Oct 11, 2018
This time on historic hacks, rather than concentrating on a specific hack or piece of malware, we’ll be looking at the hacker’s profile. In this case, we’ll be looking at some of the exploits of one of the most famous hackers: Kevin Mitnick. Mitnick started hacking as a teenager. At just 13 years old, he... Read More The post Historic Hacks – Kevin Mitnick appeared first on VPS.NET Cloud Server Blog | VPS.NET.
Information sources: Alexa Jigsaw Compete.com