Forex VPS Hosting.
We understand. Some of us here at ColossusCloud are Fx traders, and it is absolutely essential that your MetaTrader software runs 24 hours a day, uninterrupted, and close to the trading centers of the world.
Do not run your MT4 or MT5 (MetaTrader 4/5) software and EAs in your local computer. Your Internet provider isn't as reliable as our Enterprise level network backbones, and neither is your computer as reliable as our servers.
With a remote Windows based server, running in our cloud platform, you can achieve just that. Once you log in (which is quite easy by the way; see below), install MetaTrader, your EAs and let it run.
Windows Virtual Servers for MT4 and MT5.
Deploy MetaTrader Servers Closest to Trading Markets.
- 1Silicon Valley, California
- 2Las Vegas, Nevada
- 3Dallas, Texas
- 4Ashburn, Virginia
- 5Armsterdam, Netherlands
Microsoft's Windows on ColossusCloud:
the perfect platform for MT4 and MT5
Our own Platform
24/7 Internet access
The Reliability of Windows Server
A Remote Windows Virtual Server for MetaTrader.
Accessing your Windows remote desktop is quite easy. From your Windows computer, find an application called "Remote Desktop Connection". If you are using a Mac, just install the free "Microsoft Remote Desktop" app from the AppStore.
Once you do that, enter the username and password you set up during the deployment of your new Windows server. Within seconds, the virtual server's Windows desktop will show up. Then, just use the server as you would any other Windows operating system.
Frequently Asked Questions.
Which version of Windows do you recommend to run MetaTrader?
How is the service billed?
How much RAM, CPU and SSD disk space do you recommend?
So, which of your packages should I install?
But I've seen some cheaper Forex VPS solutions?
How do I get started?
How fast will it be?
But, what is a VPS?
In the case of a Windows VPS, such as what MetaTrader requires, it is a full version of the Windows operating system running virtualzed in a physical server, operating in a shared environment along with other clients. Each client is independent and fully isolated from each other.
For a more detailed answer on what a VPS is, follow this link for a great article that answers this very same question.