A data center could be explained as an advanced warehouse for web servers. That is a facility that accommodates a large number of web servers used by firms for storing information and files or for performing computation services at a huge scale. Hosting, search engines and massive social networks are simply a few examples of the services which need data centers for their servers as they cannot operate on just one hosting server. The facilities take care of the temperature, humidity, electric power and connection backups in order to ensure the optimal and uninterrupted functioning of all machines housed there. All data centers include 24/7 monitoring and limit the access to the web servers in order to make certain that the web servers are protected all the time. The quality of any world wide web service that you get often depends not just on the firm you communicate with, but also on the data center facility they use.
Data centers in Shared Web Hosting
If you decide to acquire a shared web hosting package from us, you will be able to pick between 5 data centers on the order page and you'll be able to have your account created in SteadFast (Chicago, USA), Pulsant (London, UK), Amaze (Sydney, Australia), Ficolo (Pori, Finland) or TelePoint (Sofia, Bulgaria). We have servers in several locations in order to give you a choice to select the most suitable one for your websites, so both you and your website visitors shall enjoy great loading speeds. Each one of the facilities has 24/7 tech support, power generators and a number of Internet routes through some of the largest Internet service providers within the particular country. In addition to our revolutionary cloud Internet hosting platform, this means quite simply no service interruptions of any sort, so your sites will be functioning constantly. The facilities are some of the largest ones in the world and some of them house even government machines, so collocating our machines there permits us to focus on adding new services and improving the existing ones continuously.