Network connectivity defines two things - what number of people will be able to check out a certain website at the same time and how fast they will be able to do that. If the connection capacity is low, for example, the maximum throughput could be hit with a few visitors browsing the Internet site, so newcomers will not be able to gain access to the webpages, or in some other scenario, all visitors may have problems. In case the capacity is enough, but the hosting server access speed is small, it will require longer for any webpage on the Internet site to load and this may lead to visitors simply closing the Internet site, if they see that they have to wait for a couple of minutes just to view a couple of webpages. In this light, if you wish to launch and maintain a booming web presence, the hosting server where you host your site should offer both excellent access speeds and higher traffic capacity.

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The semi-dedicated server accounts we provide are created within our state-of-the-art data center facility in downtown Chicago and if you want to host your websites with us, you shall be able to take advantage of the multi-gigabit connection which our website hosting platform is using without restrictions or speed shaping. To paraphrase, your visitors shall be able to be able to browse your websites as fast as their own connection allows them to. Our facility represents an excellent option to reach the enormous North American market, due to the fact that it provides fiber connections to both the East Coast and the West Coast. Continuous access to your Internet sites is ensured by a redundant network that handles the incoming and the outgoing site traffic along with the connectivity between the clusters that build up our platform. Also, the data center uses dedicated channels from some of the biggest backbone providers in the United States, so you can be sure that no infrastructural difficulty shall ever disrupt the proper functioning of your Internet sites.