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INIZ has been operating since 2012 and has built up a good reputation for the affordable prices and service it provides. Month on month we continue to grow rapidly and are always looking for new products and service locations.
Choose from several locations to fit your needs from London & Amsterdam in Europe to Los Angeles & Ashburn in the United States.
Why settle for old, slow hardware? We use the latest hardware powered by server grade Intel CPUs and enterprise hard drives.
We don't believe in a completely unmanaged, basic support is included free of charge. Additional management is available.
We use the latest hardware powered by server grade Intel CPUs and enterprise hard drives. All VPSs are setup with a shared 1Gbps port for free of charge, no limiting or throttling! Once payment has been made your services will be activated immediately.
Each node has a minimum of 64GB ranging up to a huge 192GB, from quad core E3 CPUs for those with higher single thread requirements to 16 Core/32 Thread E5 CPUs all in a RAID10 with enterprise drives designed for 24x7 activity providing disk redundancy and reducing impact in case of a drive failure.
All host nodes receive automated security updates thanks to KernelCare without the need to reboot.
All plans come with basic support to ensure your VPS is performing well for your requirements.
Scale with ease
You can easily upgrade or downgrade between the plans we offer instantly without downtime.
Range of OS
We offer the most popular linux operating systems, minimal templates ready to go for your application.
VPS Control Panel
Manage all your virtual servers in one panel, access to SolusVM gives additional capabilities such as to reinstall your vm, reboot and resource statistics for your VM.
We support Reverse DNS for both IPv4 and IPv6 without having to submit ticket to us straight from the control panel. You may enable TUN/TAP & PPP from the control panel to use your VPS as a private VPN but along with this you may remotely mount file systems using FUSE. FUSE is enabled manually by contacting support.