First–class dedicated hosting services in an enterprise–grade US datacenter.
With a Linux dedicated web hosting, you’ll be able to ensure the best online experience for your customers. The location of your dedicated server, however, is also a primary factor for ensuring excellent web page loading speeds.
Our company offers you the chance to have your server hosted in one of the best–connected datacenters in the US. It’s located in the heart of Chicago, IL and will ensure the best website browsing experience for your customers in North and Latin America.
In the US datacenter you will find a few different powerful dedicated server setups featuring SATA II HDDs, Gigabit network cards as well as generous monthly traffic and RAM memory quotas. During the registration procedure, you’ll be able to pick a desired OS. Besides, you will be bestowed with complete root–level access and three free dedicated IPs. The dedicated server will be set up for free and will feature a 99.9% network uptime guarantee. You’ll find the US datacenter option on the order page.
Other US Hosting Services
Along with dedicated servers, in our US datacenter you’ll find USA Located Shared Hosting packages coming with unmetered disk space, traffic and MySQL database space allowances. What’s more, every single shared hosting service plan offered by ADI Web Hosting includes academy domain for just $29.49.
USA Located Linux Virtual Private Servers are also available. They are a considerably more affordable replacement for dedicated servers, offering similar system resources but at a lower price. That’s why a Virtual Private Server could be an excellent home for resource–hungry web sites like regularly visited online shopping portals or CPU–hungry web apps.
Also, our US datacenter is the home of our USA Located Linux Semi-dedicated Servers. Semi–dedicated servers represent a special hosting solution, a mixture between dedicated servers and shared hosting services accounts. They offer significantly more power underneath the hood than standard hosting plans do, but they don’t involve the server management operations normally associated with dedicated servers.