Virtual Private Server Starting at just Rs. 2500/Month

Virtual Private Servers (VPS) are a very effective and popular solution for hosting websites that have decent amount of traffic.

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Improved Website Performance

With a VPS, you are not competitively sharing resources with noisy neighbors.

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More Cost-Effective

A VPS gives you benefits of dedicated hosting without having to pay for the high prices of renting a dedicated server.

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Improved Security

A VPS hosts your website in isolation, unlike in a shared plan. It simplifies your web hosting tasks.

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Scalable To Your Needs

As your site grows, you can increase resources such as RAM, Cores, and Storage.


The price of a Virtual Private Server (VPS) is typically correlated with the level of features it offers. These features refer to the VPS’s capabilities and performance, primarily determined by the CPU, RAM, and disk space provided.


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Xen Powered Servers

We are now offering Xen virtualization on our Windows VPS plans. Xen is a virtualization technology that provides strong isolation, uptime, and security for VPS accounts.

Xen provides fixed memory and disk allocations opposed to burstable memory abilities on our OpenVZ Linux VPS plans. With a Xen Powered Windows VPS you will know exactly how your VPS will perform and what your applications demand.

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Parallels Plesk v10.x

Parallels® Plesk Panel 10 is an
easy-to-use, complete server control panel that helps businesses maximize their profitability.

The panel saves time creating Web sites, managing e-mail addresses, and deploying applications to a server and its intuitive user interface means less work for the IT support staff. (wVPS3 only)

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Windows Server 2008

New to Windows servers and Windows hosting? Use our Windows VPS for sharing Windows desktop applications and documentation, IIS web hosting, Exchange mail hosting, DNS servers, VPN tunnels, and much more.

Windows Server 2008 will allow you to increase the reliability and flexibility of your IT infrastructure. Leverage tools such as Internet Information Services (IIS), Server Manager, and PowerShell 2.0 for greater control and efficiency of your web applications and systems.


Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting ensures that websites hosted on it have their own dedicated IP address, CPU resources, memory space, and hard disk space, making them completely independent of other websites hosted on the same server.

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Got a question? Ask us right away!


A VPS is generally as secure as a private dedicated server. Ultimately how secure your virtual private server is depends on the steps you take to securing it. Specific Virtual Private Server plans are available that include DDoS protection (distributed denial of service attacks) as well.


If you are just looking to host a simple website or blog and do not anticipate much traffic/visitors, then starting off with a shared hosting account might be a cost effective and fast way to get set up.
If you are looking to do more than host a website (i.e. run scripts, develop programs, host a game server, host a VOIP server, and so on…), or if you run a busy website/database – then a VPS is the way to go, given the extra control and scalable resources that it has to offer.


Most VPS providers provide a VPS control panel where you will be able to administrate your server’s state – this is usually powered by either SolusVM, Virtualizor, or a custom control panel solution that your hosting provider utilizes. Within this control panel, you will be able to start, stop, restart, console, or even re-install your server’s operating system.


Every project has different needs and takes different demands. You should consider numerous factors when determining how much storage space you might need, such as the operating system, and the type of projects/applications you’ll be hosting on the server. Nowadays, VPS hosting is generally scalable and can be upgraded – so it’s not the end of the world if you run out of storage.


Yes, VPS’s generally include a dedicated IPv4 address. If your provider advertises that they are providing you with a “NAT IP” – then be aware that this is not a dedicated IP. Otherwise, if there is no such indication – your VPS runs on a dedicated IPv4 address. Don’t hesitate to contact your hosting provider for further clarification.


To log into a Linux based VPS (i.e. CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora) you would utilize an SSH client such as PuTTY or WinSCP.
To access a Windows based VPS, you would use Remote Desktop Connection, making it very simple and similar to your at-home Windows based desktop computer.


A VPS is a Virtual Private Server. It is a private server which is exclusively yours to use, and can be installed with any operating system of your choice. A VPS service provides you with a carved out amount of resources that are dedicated to you (and not shared with anyone else). A VPS gives you more resources and flexibility compared to shared hosting.


VPS hosting is technically a combination between both shared hosting and dedicated hosting.

With dedicated servers, you rent out an entire server, which can get pretty expensive fast. With shared hosting, you end up renting a portion of a server that’s shared with other users. Shared hosting is a solid option for beginners, as it’s generally much cheaper and provides you with the necessary resources to get your site started.