A grid is a collection of regions managed by an individual or a group - several grids are 'public' grids, which allow you to connect your own regions into the network. SimHost maintains a relationship with the grids listed below to allow you to connect your regions to them.
Most grids have an independent terms of service - this is in addition to the standard SimHost terms. Please read these teams carefully, as you will need to obey them to maintain your grid connection.
If you are a grid operator and wish for SimHost to be able to offer connections to your grid as part of our packages, please contact us via our support department.
OSGrid.org is a community backed and run grid comprising of several hundred regions and thousands of users. OSGrid was the second grid to appear and has always allowed third parties to connect regions for free. Space on OSGrid is availible on first-come-first-served basis.
ScienceSim is a OpenSim Grid with a focus on scientific data visualisation. It is backed by Intel and 3Di Corporations and has a community comprising primarily of Universities and Educational Institutions.
Not technically a grid per-se, this option allows you to create your own standalone array of OpenSimulator regions. This option uses the standard OpenSim server, and enables experimental HyperGrid support on your regions.
Not technically a grid per-se, this option allows you to create your own standalone array of OpenSimulator regions. This option uses the standard OpenSim server.
Not technically a grid per-se, this option allows you to create your own standalone array of RealXtend regions. This option uses the custom ModRex server plugin.
The v-Business Grid is a consortium of business users of virtual worlds, the consortiums members include IBM, Vivox, Reaction Grid and other prominent Virtual World operators. This grid is intended for networking, and regions we setup here are fully hypergrid aware.