Ensure the best online experience for your customers from the United States of America, Canada or South America.
The dedicated servers are the ideal solution for ensuring a marvelous browsing experience for your web site guests. Nonetheless, the location of your dedicated server is yet another key factor for ensuring lightning–fast site load speeds. For this reason, Swifty Host offers you the possibility to have your dedicated server hosted in one of the best–connected datacenters in the United States – Colohouse, which is located in the heart of Chicago, USA. This specific facility will ensure the very best online experience for your website visitors from the US, Canada or Central and South America.
You’ll be able to choose between a few different robust dedicated server setups. All the servers in the US datacenter feature SATA 2 disk drives, Gigabit NICs and generous monthly traffic and RAM memory allowances. Moreover, you can pick a preferred OS (Ubuntu, Debian or CentOS) on the order page. You will get full root privileges and 3 free–of–charge dedicated IPs. What’s more, we will configure your server at no charge and will offer you a 99.9% network uptime guarantee.
Other US Hosting Services
Along with dedicated servers, in our US datacenter you will find US Hosting plans featuring unmetered disk space, traffic and MySQL database space allowances. What’s more, every hosting plan offered by Swifty Host includes academy domain for just £30.23.
US VPS Servers are also offered. They represent a considerably less costly replacement for dedicated servers, offering similar resources but at a cheaper price. That’s why a Virtual Private Server could be a perfect home for resource–consuming sites like regularly visited web shops or CPU–heavy software applications.
Also, our US datacenter is the home of our US Semi-dedicated Servers. Semi–dedicated servers represent a unique web hosting solution, a mix between dedicated servers and hosting accounts. They offer much more power under the hood than standard web hosting plans do, but they do not involve the server management operations associated with dedicated servers.