A little while ago I’ve been gotten in touch with Nathan, from BinaryLane. BinaryLane was first seen on LowEndTalk a couple of weeks ago, but I
A little while ago I’ve been gotten in touch with Nathan, from BinaryLane. BinaryLane was first seen on LowEndTalk a couple of weeks ago, but I immediately felt they deserved a spot on there as well. Offering a $5/month service out of Australia is not something you see every day. Binary Lane was launched in February 2014, but their parent company, Mammoth Media Pty Ltd, was founded in 2002! Mammoth has been offerings VPS for a while now, though they’ve always been above LEB pricing. Binary Lane changes that. They use the same control panel as Mammoth uses, which has been custom built and has been in use for 4 years now. This offer is a true ‘cloud’ offer, meaning it’s actually redundant across multiple servers. Your VPS’s disk is stored on multiple physical servers so in case one host node drops out, another one can just take over. Host nodes run Intel Xeon E5-2695v2 CPUs with 1600Mhz DDR3 RAM and SSDs. The bandwidth is naturally somewhat limited compared to the offers you’re used to, as Australian bandwidth isn’t cheap. IPv4 and IPv6 connectivity is included as well as automated backups. Feel free to leave your reviews in the comments!
- 1 CPU
- 512MB RAM
- 20GB SSD space
- 100GB bandwidth
- 1Gbps uplink
- 1x IPv4 address
- 1x IPv6 address
- Sign up here
BinaryLane currently only accepts payments via credit cards. Word is that PayPal will be added in the future, though their is no ETA. Their control panel has some nice features, among which bring-your-own-ISO, elastic plans, a web-configurable firewall, adding a load balancer, resizing your disks, and the option to upload/download full backups. You can find their legal documents, like their Terms of Service, right here.
Please find network information, test IPs, and a test file at their customer site: http://www.binarylanecustomer.com/