v6Node launches a Frankfurt location with 3rd gen EPYC and dedicated IPv4

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v6Node is a VPS provider that mainly focuses on IPv6 over IPv4 and high-performance CPUs, such as Ryzen 9 3900X and 5950X. Their services are suitable for building IPv6 APIs. If you need an IPv4, they have a free NAT IPv4 address with a number of ports to assign to your VPS. As of this writing, they have 3 locations, 2 of which are in Nuremberg and Falkenstein in Germany and 1 in Ogden, Utah in United States.

They will launch a Frankfurt location soon in January next year. The data center is Telehouse with AS47447 (23M) as the upstream provider. You can preorder a limited early bird plan that will be hosted on an EPYC 7443P node from their offer thread on LowEndTalk. The price is very competitive and you’ll also get a dedicated IPv4 at no extra cost. Dedicated IPv4 addresses will be available in other locations later.

Early Bird 4GB

  • 1 EPYC 7443P Core (Fair Share)
  • 4GB RAM
  • 20GB NVMe PCIe Gen4
  • 4 TB Traffic @ 10 Gbit/s
  • /64 IPv6 + 1 Dedicated IPv4
  • Telehouse Frankfurt, Germany
  • 36€ / year recurring

Early Bird 10GB

  • 2 EPYC 7443P Cores (Fair Share)
  • 10GB RAM
  • 60GB NVMe PCIe Gen4
  • 8 TB Traffic @ 10 Gbit/s
  • /64 IPv6 + 1 Dedicated IPv4
  • Telehouse Frankfurt, Germany
  • 72€ / year recurring

In my opinion, they’re probably the only NAT provider that you can use their services in production as of now. I’ve been using one in the Falkenstein location (Hetzner), and it’s been super stable so far.