A data center is a special facility where businesses house the hosting servers used for their online or offline services - web hosting, email servers, computing, file storage, etc. The data center provides the conditions for the machines accommodated there to work at their greatest capacity while sustaining their life. This is done by providing optimum environmental conditions - temperatures, air humidity, protection against natural disasters, and so forth. All data centers also feature power and Internet backups, which are a safeguard in the case of infrastructural problems, and which ensure the consistent functioning of the servers and the access to them. The restricted access to such facilities delivers one more layer of security against unauthorized access by third-parties. In the event that you employ the online services of any firm, a good data center shall greatly raise the standard of the service and your consumer experience.

Data centers in Shared Web Hosting

If you decide to get a shared web hosting solution from us, you will be able to choose between 5 data centers on the order page and you can have your account set up in SteadFast (Chicago, United States), Pulsant (London, United Kingdom), Amaze (Sydney, AU), Ficolo (Pori, Finland) or TelePoint (Sofia, Bulgaria). We have servers in several locations in order to provide you with a choice to opt for the most suitable one for your sites, so both you and your website visitors will enjoy big loading speeds. Every one of the facilities provides 24/7 tech support, power generators and several Internet routes through some of the largest Internet service providers within the specific country. Along with our groundbreaking cloud hosting platform, this means quite simply no service interruptions of any kind, so your websites will be operational continuously. The facilities are some of the biggest ones in the world and some of them house even government hosting servers, so collocating our machines there allows us to focus on presenting new services and enhancing the existing ones constantly.