Independent server hosting provider with over 20 years of experience and over 1000 servers under management

ISO/IEC 27001 Information Security Management certified and Green Host certified

Satisfaction guaranteed and possibility to terminate your contract on a monthly basis

570'000 websites, Number One SMB Hosting Provider at the G2 Awards and 73 NPS score

Choice of 3 cloud providers (DigitalOcean, GCE and AWS) and unlimited websites with Wordpress and PHP

Fully optimized stack with built-in advanced cache and Cloudflare

Full ownership and control of the server infrastructure

Redundant design and 99.9999% uptime guarantee

Web hosting, VPS hosting, cloud servers and dedicated servers

Most innovative protocols and compression algorithms like Brotli, TLS 1.3 and OCSP Stapling

Developed a custom implementation of PHP and MySQL for high website performance

Platform built on GCP, fast network and SSD persistent storage

Enterprise-level hardware, 100% SSD-powered

Self-healing cloud set up, 99.9% uptime guarantee

Specialist of managed VPS

Hosting provider specializing in game servers

Servers for Minecraft, Project Zomboid, Rust, Satisfactory, Valheim...

100% uptime, DDoS protection, instant setup, free subdomain. expanding game library

SOC2 compliant, isolated container technology, Cloudflare DDoS protection

24/7/365 expert support in English, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese

Possibility to choose between 35 data centers. HTTP/3 enabled CDN with 260+ PoPs

Specialist of Wordpress : design and build tools, Wordpress hosting, headless Wordpress

24/7 Support, 96% customer satisfaction score and 14 Stevie Awards for customer support

#1 Platform for Wordpress. Leadership in inclusion and sustainability.

Out-of-the-box optimized WordPress, AI powered performance optimizations

24/7/365 support and clients in 224 countries/territories

Multi-product : Shared hosting, Managed or Unmanaged VPS, Dedicated Servers

Ultrafast deploy, freeze protection and 2FA guard

Fair billing : Paypal, Everscale and credit cards accepted. No linked credit card required

Innovative hyper-converged vStack platform

Page speed optimization, 24x7 support and unlimited site migrations

Fixed monthly pricing for hosting, CDN and security

Daily cloud backups, control panel designed for Wordpress, fast and scalable dedicated CPUs

Wordpress hosting 3 times faster with SSD and caching

Highly scalable cloud solutions, maximum performance, full data sovereignty

Deploy Now solution for automatic deployment of static sites, single page apps and PHP projects

Frequently Asked Questions

Most users prefer Linux and most servers in the world are Linux-based. Why ? Because it's open source, i.e. free of charge. Windows servers always incur a surcharge for the client. Unless you are willing to install and run applications written only for Windows, for example an Outlook server or Microsoft applications, you probably want to go for Linux.

At the beginning of internet, shared hosting was pretty much the only game in town. The only alternative was to rent dedicated servers, which was (and still is) a very expensive option. Thanks to virtualisation, it is now possible to rent a virtual private server (VPS) for a very low fee. The main difference with shared hosting is that you have to manage your server yourself, whereas in shared hosting a system administrator takes care of the infrastructure for you.

Some hosting providers include a Plesk or a cPanel license in their packages. This is sometimes by default, sometimes a paying option. Plesk and cPanel are essentially GUIs that enable you to manage your server in a user-friendly manner, rather than having to constantly play with Linux commands. Whatever you choose, Plesk and cPanel are basically equivalent tools.

This is a very important point. If you have root access, it means you can install whatever you want on your server. It also means that you are responsible to install updates, take care of security etc. So the answer to the question basically depends on your technical knowledge or interest for technology. If you just need hosting for a Wordpress blog or a simple website, you most likely don't need root access.

With a dedicated server, you have exclusive access to an entire physical server. A VPS (virtual private server), on the other hand, is created by partitioning a physical server into multiple virtual machines using virtualization technology. Basically with a dedicated server you get the full pizza, whereas with a VPS (virtual server) you only get a slice. Obviously, this makes a significant difference in terms of performance and cost.