NOVOS - KVM VPS in Antwerp, Belgium from € 2/mo
Because affordable offers are so rare in Belgum and with reports that people in the Netherlands actually see as low as 8ms latency I thought this may be of interest, after inviting Novos to join the forum they did and got right to work with this great offer, here is what they wrote:
Looking for a VPS in the beautiful city of Antwerp? Then look no further. We are one of the most affordable VPS providers in Belgium and that says a lot because there are not many players here compared to other European countries.
We're hosting from the beautiful new, green and high-tech datacenter DCStar Burcht
Stability and uptime is our key requirement which is why all of our components are double or even triple redundant. We don't use local storage but instead we have a NVMe storage cluster based on CEPH with triple data replication! This allows us to provide high availability as well.
To maintain performance the storage cluster is connected by a redundant 80 GBps infiniband network to the hypervisors. You will hardly feel any difference compared to local storage.
We can offer you the following:
- 1x AMD EPYC 7451 vCPU (fair share usage).
- 512 MB ECC memory
- 10 GB NVMe disk space (cluster)
- /64 IPv6 (coming soon, ETA 4-5 days but don't order yet if you absolutely need it now).
- 1 x IPv4 address
- 256 GB bandwidth (capped to 10 mbit when used).
- 1 GBps shared uplink.
- Automatic volumetric DDoS protection (Arbor).
- Virtualizor control panel.
Just € 2 / month or € 20 a year with annual billing! (Excl. VAT).
All specs can be upgraded individually. No lame sliders where you are forced to upgrade everything if you only want to upgrade one component. Pay only for what you really need!
Support through tickets or Telegram.
For our company information see here: https://novos.be/company-information/ Network IP test and YABS benchmark: https://novos.be/network/ Your most asked questions will be here: https://novos.be/faq/ And please read the TOS before ordering: https://novos.be/terms-of-service/ We're using AS42160
Any questions or comments or criticism please ask and I will provide you with an answer :smile: