We’re pleased to announce that the new 4D brand is now live. To celebrate we're holding a prize draw...


Win 1 of 5 free Medium VMs

If you haven’t tried our second generation cloud platform, do take a look at our 2 minute cloud portal video. All free cloud trial requests received by midday on 25th May 2016 will be put in a draw to win 1 of 5 free Medium VMs for a year (value £600+). Terms and conditions apply.

Why the re-brand?

We’re still the same people, in the same location, with the same contact details – but we've rebranded to better communicate our positioning as an international provider of cloud, colocation and connectivity services.

A little history...

4D Hosting was founded in 1999. In 2007 we opened our data centre, ‘4D Surrey’, under the company name of ‘4D Data Centres’. Since then we’ve used our core infrastructure and technical expertise to develop services in two new areas: Connectivity and Cloud. This is why in 2015 we simplified our name to ‘4D’ and why in 2016, we’re updating our brand – to reflect the company we’ve become.

Enter the prize draw today

Simply apply for a cloud trial:

Free Cloud Trial

Terms and Conditions
  1. Free virtual machine available for 12 months following the date of the prize draw.

  2. The VM will be provisioned on the 4D Cloud infrastructure within 4D Surrey.

  3. Virtual machine specification shall be a “Medium Instance” of 4x vCPU, 4 GB RAM, 60 GB Storage, 1000 GB Data Transfer and 200 GB Backup Storage with a Linux operating system.

  4. Windows Server licenses are available for a charge of £15 per month and are not included in the free virtual machine prize draw.

  5. Usage of the virtual machine shall be free of charge for the first 12 months (initial period) after which a charge of £63 per month (excluding Windows licensing) will be applied for the subsequent 12 months (renewal period).

  6. Our standard 4D Cloud T&Cs shall apply to the virtual machine and a services schedule detailing the virtual machine, initial period and renewal period will be completed prior to the virtual machine being provisioned.