Introducing Our Newest VPS Data Center Location: Vancouver, Canada

Cross the Canadian border for the powerful infrastructure, network and redundancy of 100TB – just some of the perks of our newest SSD VPS location in Vancouver.

Location is crucial in web hosting in order to maintain lightning-fast speeds and powerful connections. VPS.NET is always scouting out new and exciting locations to bring your data just one step closer to those who view it. This is precisely why we are pleased to announce our newest data center location in Vancouver, Canada.  

Welcome to Vancouver!

Vancouver, Canada has been hand-selected to be the next location for VPS.NET to provide  the speed and power that you’ve come to expect from us. Our newest data center will provide over 20 unique networks to the largest metropolitan area in Canada, with direct access to the Vancouver internet exchange (VANIX).

Vancouver is a bustling seacoast city, and home to more than 2.4 million residents. Surrounded by beautiful mountains, the wilderness areas around the city host outdoor pursuits of all types including hiking, skiing and rock climbing. Downtown offers a thriving artistic community, such as music and theater.

Since Vancouver’s establishment in 1886 the city has grown immensely, and saw a technical and economic boom during the dot com technology years. Vancouver has recently been recognized as an up-and-coming technical hub for the eastern seaboard. Many startups and established tech companies are setting up shop in the bay, making Vancouver the ideal location for VPS.NET’s next project.

Getting to the Specifics

This hyper-efficient neutral network facilitates the durable, world-class services of VPS.NET – including the industry-leading hardware, network connectivity, full redundance and security for which we have come to be known.

VPS.NET scouts out our data centers to be sure that they can meet the expectations of our clients. And just as our hardware is designed for optimum speed and resiliency, our data centers must offer these same characteristics. They must also meet environmental conditions, security and power. We are pleased to announce that Vancouver meets each of our strict requirements, and is now home to the high performance and experience of VPS.NET.

You can learn more about our Vancouver, Canada data center here.




  • State-of-the-art utility power and emergency backup generator power systems.


  • The UPS is designed to support A+B configurations for optimum power resources.
  • Multi-day fuel reserves for power outages.



  • Manned guards on site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
  • 24×7 CCTV video surveillance and restricted biometric access with proximity key card.
  • VESDA particulate detection, clean agent extinguishers and dual pre-action dry pipe sprinkler system.



  • N+1 redundancy and highly efficient green “free air” cooling and heating system promote longer lasting hardware.
  • A 21″ raised flooring with underfloor cooling to keep cool dry air flowing.
  • Designed with 180 tons cooling capacity with N+1 redundancy for complete coverage.

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