Recognize the significance of deciding on the right datacenter for your website hosting account as well as the consequences connected with this decision.
A data center could be described as an advanced warehouse for web servers. This is a facility which holds a huge number of web servers used by businesses for storing content and files or for carrying out computation services at a large scale. Internet hosting, search engines and massive social networks are only several examples of the services which require data centers for their servers as they cannot function on a single server. The facilities maintain the temperature, humidity, power and connection backups in order to guarantee the optimal and uninterrupted work of all hosting servers located there. All data centers have 24/7 monitoring and minimize the access to the hosting servers so as to make certain that the web servers are protected at all times. The quality of any Internet service you get typically depends not just on the firm you communicate with, but also on the data center facility they use.
Data centers in Cloud Web Hosting
Our cloud web hosting
servers are stored in five of the largest data centre facilities globally located in Chicago (USA), London (UK), Pori (FI), Sofia (BG) and Sydney (AU). We offer the same high level service everywhere because our sophisticated cloud hosting platform is available in all five of them, but for your convenience, you will be able to choose the one you prefer. The continuous functioning of your websites shall be ensured by effective diesel backup generators and a number of backbone Internet providers that each of the facilities employs within the specific country. The data centers have expert support crews that keep track of all web servers 24/7 and given that your websites will be hosted on our innovative cluster platform, you can be certain that you'll enjoy speedy and stable service all of the time. All five facilities are available on the order page, so you'll be able to select the one closer to you or to your targeted region.