Enterprise–class dedicated hosting services in a cutting–edge datacenter in US.
With a Linux dedicated server, you will be able to guarantee the best online experience for your visitors. The physical location of your dedicated server, though, is also a crucial factor for ensuring excellent web page loading speeds.
Our company offers you the option to have your dedicated server hosted in one of the best–connected datacenters in the United States. It is located in downtown Chicago and will guarantee the best onsite experience for your clients on the North American and Latin American markets.
In the datacenter in US you’ll find several different powerful dedicated server configurations offering SATA II hard disk drives, Gbit network cards as well as generous monthly traffic and DDR memory allocations. During the registration procedure, you’ll be able to select a preferred OS. Besides, you will obtain full root privileges and three totally free dedicated IP addresses. Your server will be configured free of cost and will feature a 99.9% network uptime guarantee. You will find the datacenter in US option on the order page.
Other US Hosting Services
Aside from dedicated servers, in our datacenter in US you’ll find US Based Web Hosting packages featuring unmetered disk space, traffic and MySQL database storage space quotas. Moreover, every single Linux web hosting service plan offered by WebPad features world domain for just $3.49.
US Based VPS Servers are also available. They are a much less expensive alternative to dedicated servers, offering similar resources but at a more affordable price. This is why a Virtual Private Server could be an ideal home for resource–swallowing sites such as busy online shops or CPU–intensive web applications.
Also, our datacenter in US is the home of our US Based Semi-dedicated Servers. Semi–dedicated servers are a unique hosting solution, a mixture between dedicated servers and Linux web hosting service packages. They offer considerably more power beneath the hood than normal web hosting accounts do, yet they don’t entail the server management tasks associated with dedicated servers.