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Australian VPS Hosting with Pure NVMe Storage + 1Gb Link - $50 Free Credit @ Quantum Core


Receive $50 Free Credit to trial Quantum Core's service. To redeem this credit, you will need to add a minimum of $5 to your account (which will automatically trigger the free credit). To view more information on this promotion go to https://quantumcore.com.au/freecredit

Any remaining free credit will expire 60 days after the redemption date.

VPS start at $5 per month for Linux servers and $15 for Windows VPS (standard pricing - no promotion).

*Limited availability

To see more information and plans go to https://quantumcore.com.au/

Quantum Core is 100% Australian owned and operated and the team behind Quantum Core has over 20 years in experience in the Web Hosting industry.

Our servers have a 1Gb link, Intel GoldLake CPU's with clock speeds of 3+GHz and is purely NVMe storage.

Quantum Core servers are located in Equinix Data Centres in Sydney.

Our ping/tracert IP is:
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  • +1 vote

    So for instance if I signed up for the 1 core $60 a year option with this it's essentially $10 for the year ?


    Do you also provide Cpanel? if yes then for how much?

    Also what is cost of adding another IP address to VPS?

    Is there a console view in customer portal to restart VPS if we get locked out?


    What happens if i buy for a year and then upgrade before year is up?


    Deposit $5 for $50 bonus credit… NOT free.

  • +1 vote

    From the AUP: "b) Run any software that interfaces with an IRC (Internet Relay Chat) network."

    Honestly disappointing. I was considering using this for my private ZNC instance.

    There's some more bizarre stuff in there too:
    l) is otherwise malicious, fraudulent, or may result in retaliation against Quantum Core by offended viewers;

    Mmm yes, enable those outrage mobs.

    Quantum Core does not accept material such as:
    b) Content 'published or transmitted' via Quantum Core's service includes Web content, e-mail, bulletin board postings, chat, and any other type of posting or transmission that relies on any Internet service provided by Quantum Core.


    d) You otherwise comply with the CAN SPAM Act and other applicable law.

    CAN SPAM act is US, right? Isn't this service is regulated by the Spam Act?

    e) Forging of any TCP-IP packet header or any part of the header information in an e-mail or a newsgroup posting; or

    Yeah God forbid you get a time traveller forging messages to the 5 people still using newsgroups.

    Honestly this seems like it has been copy-pasted from somewhere. I get this sense of familiarity when reading it and the template must be pretty old.


      Thanks for the feedback. We have had a lot of feedback in regards to our AUP. It's on our list to review and essentially rewrite.

      A lot of that is on there as a lot of people have found our cheap prices attractable for their malicious activity which in return affects other customers.

      Your use for a private ZNC instance is perfectly acceptable and allowed.


        Hi, thanks for the reply.

        I went ahead and ordered one as "why not".

        Here's some rudimentary benchmarks with similarly spec'd hosts:

        Quantum Core MightWeb Local ESXi EC2 t3.small Linode RansomIT VM (low ram, 1G)
        ZNC Compile 5m14.973s 8m35.667s 4m48.836s 5m0.949s 5m29.778s 9m35.697s (swapped hard)
        fio rand read IOPS 61026.6 30930 65024.88 2254 44024.4 32369
        fio rand write IOPS 20399.3 10332 21730.67 753 14715.1 10813
        fio seq read MB/s 913 1080.2 265 78.5 1432 525.2
        fio seq write MB/s 609 738.2 177 52.7 955 350.5
        Speedtest DL Mbps 939.01 940.24 173.8 564.39 4558.44 920.33
        Speedtest UP Mbps 922.19 946.86 72.2 2040.06 4009.15 911.8
        Speedtest Latency 12.56 15.86 10.71 1.11 0.64 1.2
        Speedtest Jitter 0.06 0.05 0.24 0.09 1.09 0.05
        Price $20 (assuming AUD) $12.95 USD $938 Power Bill $19.33 USD + EBS $20 USD $10 AUD

        That ZNC compile time is impressive, I'm curious what CPU you're using. Local ESXi is a dual E5-2643 v3 so the result on that wasn't surprising but I am surprised you got so close to t3.small considering that is a Xeon scalable CPU and has banked CPU credits so it was bursting.

        Good job on IOPS and throughput. The Speedtest was done with the new Speedtest.net client and not the Python one so should be pretty accurate.

        The fio command I used for IOPS was: fio --randrepeat=1 --ioengine=libaio --direct=1 --gtod_reduce=1 --name=test --filename=test --bs=4k --iodepth=64 --size=4G --readwrite=randrw --rwmixread=75

        For sequential tests I lightly modified the seq-RW file from the fio examples:


        ZNC was configured with: --enable-python --enable-perl --enable-tcl


          Glad you're enjoying the service!

          If you open a ticket we can enable host-passthrough which will enable you to see the CPU info for your node.

  • +1 vote

    I’ve got 12 vps’s since May from these guys and had 100% uptime. I highly recommend them.

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