A data center is a special facility in which companies store the web servers employed for their offline or online services - Internet hosting, mail servers, computing, file storage, and so on. The data center offers the conditions for the servers accommodated there to function at their best capacity while sustaining their life. This is done by providing optimum environmental conditions - temperature, air humidity, protection against natural disasters, and so on. All data centers also feature electrical power and Internet backups, which are a safeguard in the event of infrastructural issues, and which guarantee the continuous work of the web servers and the access to them. The reduced access to this kind of facilities provides one more layer of protection against unauthorized access by third-parties. If you employ the web services of any business, a good data center will significantly boost the level of the service and your user experience.

Data centers in Shared Hosting

If you choose to acquire a shared hosting plan from our company, you'll be able to pick between 5 data centers on the order page and you can have your account created in SteadFast (Chicago, United States), Pulsant (London, United Kingdom), Amaze (Sydney, Australia), Ficolo (Pori, Finland) or TelePoint (Sofia, Bulgaria). We have web servers in different locations so as to give you a choice to opt for the most suitable one for your sites, so both you and your site visitors can benefit from high loading speeds. Each of the facilities has 24/7 tech support, power generators and a number of Internet routes through some of the biggest ISPs in the specific country. In addition to our groundbreaking cloud Internet hosting platform, this means virtually no service disruptions of any sort, so your websites shall be working at all times. The facilities are some of the largest ones on the globe and some of them house even government machines, so collocating our machines there permits us to focus on presenting new services and enhancing the existing ones continuously.