Enterprise–grade dedicated hosting services for web sites targeted at individuals who come from the US, Canada or South America.
If you want to ensure the ultimate web page load speed for your visitors from the USA, Canada or South America, you must seek a powerful web hosting solution together with a top–quality datacenter in the region. We, at Acruxnet, give you the possibility to get an enterprise–class Linux dedicated hosting services in one of the best–connected datacenters in the United States of America, which is located in downtown Chicago, IL.
The US data center offers terrific connectivity and complete power redundancy and also works with some of the leading telecommunications service providers in the USA. If you want to benefit from this datacenter too, then just indicate it on our web hosting order page.
On the web hosting order page, you can select between several different powerful dedicated server configurations offering Gbit Network Interface Cards and ample monthly traffic and DDR memory quotas. During the registration process, you will be able to pick your preferred Operating System (CentOS, Debian or Ubuntu). On top of that, you will get complete root–level access to the dedicated server and a 99.9% network uptime guarantee. Plus, our admins will set up the server instead of you free of cost.
Other US Hosting Services
If dedicated hosting servers are a little expensive for you, in our US data center you’ll find a number of other web hosting alternatives. Our USA Located Shared Web Hosting packages come with a 99.9% network uptime guarantee, a com domain for just $12.50 and also unlimited disk space and traffic quotas. Our USA Located Linux Virtual Private Servers offer you significantly more power than our Linux shared web hosting services accounts do and are a perfect option for resource–absorbing sites. With our USA Located Linux Semi-dedicated Servers, you’ll be able to combine the user–friendliness of a Linux shared web hosting services account (zero server administration procedures, no need for specific server monitoring procedures, no training required) and the power of a dedicated server.