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KVM VPS New York

Our server infrastructure, located in Buffalo, New York in the United States, provides our customers with a prime location, low latency and high performance.

KVM VPS Buffalo/New York Starter $5.99/mo Essentials $8.99/mo Plus $12.99/mo Advanced $19.99/mo Premium $34.99/mo
vCPU1 Core2 Core4 Core6 Core8 Core
Memory (RAM)1 GB2 GB4 GB8 GB16 GB
Storage Space20 GB SSD40 GB SSD100 GB SSD200 GB300 GB SSD
Maximum Connection200 Mbp/s400 Mbp/s600 Mbp/s800 Mbp/s1 Gbp/s
Dedicated IP
Full Root Access

KVM VPS Features

Our KVM servers offer instant delivery, tailored to meet your requirements.


"KVM-based virtualization, integrated into the Linux kernel, efficiently runs multiple virtual machines on one server, leveraging hardware virtualization extensions for enhanced performance and resource allocation."

Full root access

The best aspect of cheap VPS Linux self-managed hosting? You have total control over your servers. Install applications, add-ons, customize the system to fully suit your needs, and use it for personal business projects.

Control Panels and Apps

Manage your server with a reliable control panel and install web applications of your choice. With our VPS templates, setting up your applications only takes few minutes.

Is VPS Good for WordPress?

Yes, a WordPress site that has outgrown shared hosting can benefit from upgrading to a VPS plan. This approach lets you combine WordPress's user-friendliness with the powerful performance of VPS

Upgrade from Shared Hosting

Upgrade to VPS for enhanced performance, scalability, control, and security. Dedicated resources ensure faster loading times and support for resource-intensive applications. Ideal for growing websites and applications.

Speed when it matters

Day-to-day performance is even more important than speedy initial setup, so our cloud KVM VPS are 100% SSD based and we've connected our data centres to multiple transit providers.

DediRock KVM VPS Buffalo

Discover Superior Performance and Complete Control with DediRock's KVM VPS Solution

VPS stands for Virtual Private Server. It’s a virtual environment created on a physical machine via virtualization technology. A VPS Linux is a server running on the Linux Operating System.

KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a type 1 hypervisor that enables full virtualization on Linux-based systems. Here's an explanation of KVM-based virtualization:

Hypervisor: KVM acts as a hypervisor, a software layer that allows multiple virtual machines (VMs) to run on a single physical server. It creates and manages these VMs, allocating resources and providing isolation between them.

Hardware Virtualization: KVM utilizes hardware virtualization extensions (Intel VT-x and AMD-V) present in modern CPUs to achieve efficient virtualization. This allows guest operating systems to run without significant performance overhead.

Kernel Integration: KVM is integrated directly into the Linux kernel, making it a part of the operating system itself. This tight integration provides advantages such as improved performance, security, and compatibility with various hardware components.

Virtualization Technology: With KVM, each VM runs its own instance of the operating system, referred to as a guest OS. KVM provides CPU and memory virtualization, allowing multiple VMs to share physical resources while remaining isolated from each other.

Device Emulation: KVM provides device emulation for common hardware components, allowing guest VMs to interact with virtualized devices as if they were physical. This includes emulated network adapters, storage controllers, and other peripherals.

Management Tools: Various management tools and interfaces are available for managing KVM-based virtualization environments. These tools allow administrators to create, configure, monitor, and manage VMs, as well as allocate resources and perform other administrative tasks.

Overall, KVM-based virtualization offers a robust and efficient solution for running multiple virtual machines on a single physical server, providing scalability, flexibility, and resource optimization for modern data centers and cloud environments.

We offer major Linux distributions such as Rocky, AlmaLinux, CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, and more.

You can run websites, cloud storage, VPN, game servers, develop and test code, and much more. As long as your work follows the terms of service, you are free to use your VPS Linux server any way you like.


Our support team is glad to help you 24/7 via Support Tickets