Premium–quality dedicated hosting services for sites created for people who are physically located in the United States, Canada or South America.
If you would like to guarantee the best possible web site load speed for your visitors from the US, Canada or Latin America, you ought to find a very powerful hosting solution together with a top–notch datacenter in the region. We, at Host Source, offer you the chance to get an enterprise–level dedicated hosting in one of the best–connected datacenters in the United States, which is located in downtown Chicago.
The data center in USA provides superb online connectivity and complete power redundancy and also partners with some of the leading TSPs in the States. If you want to take advantage of this datacenter too, then simply specify it on our hosting order page.
On the hosting order page, you can pick between several different powerful dedicated server configurations featuring Gigabit NICs and generous monthly traffic and DDR memory allocations. On the signup page, you will be able to select a preferred OS (Ubuntu, Debian or CentOS). Furthermore, you will receive complete root–level access to the server and a 99.9% network uptime guarantee. What’s more, our administrators will set up the dedicated server on your behalf at no cost.
Other US Hosting Services
If dedicated hosting servers are a tad high–priced for you, in our data center in USA you will find a number of other web hosting solutions. Our USA Located Shared Hosting plans come with a 99.9% network uptime guarantee, a world domain for just $3.49 along with unlimited disk space and traffic quotas. Our USA Located Linux Virtual Private Servers offer you much more raw power than our Linux shared hosting accounts do and are a great option for resource–hungry websites. With our USA Located Linux Semi-dedicated Servers, you will be able to combine the user–friendliness of a Linux shared hosting account (absolutely no server management duties, no need for specific server monitoring procedures, no training needed) and the power of a dedicated server.