We have over 10 years of experience working with Forex VPS infrastructure and we've poured all that know-how into creating the best managed Forex VPS hosting solution available today.
Our VPS' share the same datacentres with the biggest Forex brokers in the world and the London Stock Exchange. This means you can minimize slippage and trade rejections by being able to execute trades before everyone else, enjoying latencies as low as 0.5 milliseconds.
We only use datacentre SSD storage for our VPS's, which are 120 times faster than traditional spinning disks. We only use enterprise SSD disks, which will far outlive the lifespan of the server.
We activate all our VPS's the moment payment is received. Choose your VPS plan, complete the order form, and make payment and start your VPS. We instantly send your server details to your email address while your server is building, which means you will be ready to trade within a few minutes.
All our Forex VPS's come with a 100% uptime guarantee, which means you can get on with trading without worrying about downtime.
Each VPS has a dedicated IP address making sure your never blocked by a broker due to someone else's activity.
Our VPS's work with all Forex Brokers, Platforms, and Expert Advisors.
We know you expect the highest quality. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
Spend less time worrying about your VPS and more time trading.
Enjoy remote access to your VPS via Remote Desktop Connection (RDP) software. This gives you full control over your VPS using your PC, Mac, or iOS/Android/Windows enabled smartphone.
Providing fast and knowledgeable support has been our number one priority since day one. Instead of scripted replies, we have actual trading technology experts standing by 24/7, ready to assist you.
We backup your VPS at least once every week. Should the worst happen, you'll be able to reinstate a backup of your VPS with the push of a button.
We employ only the best technology at 4X Hosting, from our server hardware to the software we run.
How we optimize for Forex trading, some more specific information about the infrastructure, developer features, feature updates, and more.