VPS Pricing ARM CPU (NOT x86)

Starting At
  • 2GB RAM
  • 1 ARM CPU Core
  • 30GB Raid 10 Samsung NVME Storage
  • 1TB Monthly Transit in+out*
  • Instant provisioning
  • Full Root Access
  • Free basic Support
  • (1) IPv4 Address
  • (1) /64 IPv6 Address
Starting At
ARM Standard VPS
  • 4GB RAM
  • 2 ARM CPU Cores
  • 60GB Raid 10 Samsung NVME Storage
  • 2TB Monthly Transit in+out*
  • Instant provisioning
  • Full Root Access
  • Free basic Support
  • (1) IPv4 Address
  • (1) /64 IPv6 Address
Starting At
ARM Professional VPS
  • 8GB RAM
  • 4 ARM CPU Cores
  • 120GB Raid 10 Samsung NVME Storage
  • 4TB Monthly Transit in+out*
  • Instant provisioning
  • Full Root Access
  • Free basic Support
  • (1) IPv4 Address
  • (1) /64 IPv6 Address

Hosting Features


Traffic and threat monitoring.

Data Encryption

Disk Encryption Supported.

Data Analysis

Live bandwidth monitoring.

Data Protection

RAID 10 Disk Protection.

Frequently Asked Questions

ARM and x86 are the two most common CPU on the planet. ARM stands for Advanced RISC Machines.

An ARM processor is a Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) processor.

Complex Instruction Set Computer (CISC) processors, like the x86, have a rich instruction set capable of doing complex things with a single instruction. Such processors often have significant amounts of internal logic that decode machine instructions to sequences of internal operations (microcode).

RISC architectures, in contrast, have a smaller number of more general purpose instructions, that might be executed with significantly fewer transistors, making the silicon cheaper and more power efficient. Like other RISC architectures, ARM cores have a large number of general-purpose registers and many instructions execute in a single cycle. It has simple addressing modes, where all load/store addresses can be determined from register contents and instruction fields.

Computers over time have become so powerful that often times an entire machine no longer needs to be dedicated to one single purpose. Because of this the ability to run multiple VPS aka Virtual Private Servers was developed.

VPS allow one machine to run multiple operating systems at the same time. Each of these operating systems are in their own isolated container called a VPS. This allows them the ability and security to run their own apps and software without allowing direct access to other VPS on the same host. By doing this each VPS can be given a dedicated amount of resources (or in some cases shared) in which it is allowed to use. In cases where resources are not oversold, the VPS is given a slice of the hardware which is truly dedicated to just its usage.

Our VPS packages are sold by default as unmanaged. These packages are generally for advanced users who know how to install and host sites themselves.

If you wish to have an isolated hosting environment and need managed hosting please contact our sales team directly for management options.

VPS are generally setup automatically after payment is received. On occasion the system may flag a purchase for further inspection which would then be reviewed by our staff.

If your VPS was not automatically provisioned and the details emailed to you, please create a trouble ticket in our billing panel.

Purchasing has never been more simple. Simply select the package you want from the slider above and then click on ORDER NOW below. Follow the instructions on screen to create and pay for your account.

The type of plan someone may need greatly varies from customer to customer. If you are unaware of the resources your site requires, please contact one of our sales reps and we would be happy to work with you.

Yes, additional IPv4 space is avaialable at a cost of $2.00/month per IP.

Additional /64 IPv6 blocks will be provided free of charge withing reason.

One /48 IPv6 block can be provided at a cost of $5.00/month, limit 1 per VPS.

Please note ARIN justification is required for all additional IP block assignments.