NWIMS launched its first Virtual Server product in 2008. Today many companies offer Virtual Server products but very few have the level of knowledge and experience we have gained over the years.

Why go Virtual Dedicated?

As your site grows, and you exceed the resources provided with your shared hosting platform, Virtual Private Servers provide additional power and flexibility to meet your growing requirements.

In some cases software packages are not suited to standard web hosting packages due to security and or software dependency requirements. In these cases virtual servers provide administrative (root) access to a virtual system where security and or software dependency requirements maybe satisfied.

With this additional flexibility and security it's not surprising that Virtualisation and Cloud technologies are currently a hot topic in the industry.

Power & flexibility when you need it

Our Virtual Servers offer you all the flexibility and freedom of a dedicated server but at a fraction of the cost. You also get features not available with a dedicated server such as the image based backup features available on our VPS products.

Virtualization can deliver high availability (any application running in a virtual machine, regardless of its operating system or underlying hardware configuration) across your entire virtualized IT environment.



This can be done without the cost or complexity of traditional clustering solutions. Virtualization eliminates the need for dedicated stand-by hardware and additional software.

Virtualization can keep your IT environment up and running in the face of limited system resource constraints, giving you unprecedented flexibility and availability by moving live virtual machines from one physical server to another with no impact to end users.



Virtualization provides a centralised backup facility that leverages a centralised proxy server, reducing the load on physical servers. Virtual machine backups can be performed at any time.



Virtualization can dynamically allocate and balance computing resources whilst continuously monitoring utilisation across your network, intelligently allocating available resources among the virtual machines based on your pre-defined rules.


Virtualization allows you to consolidate your IT hardware investment whilst reducing running and investment costs. Running many 'virtual' machines on single or multiple physical servers allows your company to maximise utilisation and make the most out of your IT hardware.