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Pixel Internet launches in the USA

It’s a big announcement from us today…. We are excited to announce we are now offering our SSD hosting from our new data centre the USA!

Previously, anyone visiting websites hosted by Pixel Internet in the US would make use of our free global content delivery network. The origin server would be in the UK, but website content would be delivered from one of seven US CDN nodes.

Now, with our US data centre– you can choose to have your origin server in the USA. It’s centrally-located in Dallas, Texas. So, if most of your customers are in the USA, we’d recommend choosing it.

The US data centre will boost page performance and help with SEO in the region. Working alongside our CDN, it will deliver the fastest-possible page loads across the US.

Choose your data centre: UK or USA

All new SSD hosting plans now have the option choose whether the server is via one of our UK data centres or via our new US data centre.

That covers all of our shared SSD hosting plans, Reseller hosting and Virtual Private Servers.

The Dallas data centre is Payment Card Industry Compliant and subject to the same strict ISO 27001 security measures as our UK data centres. All your website files and email will be hosted at the US site.

I’m based in Europe, so why add US hosting?

Our Resellers (mostly based in Europe) will now be able to expand their offerings to the US. Likewise if you’re a web designer, marketer or digital agency, you can also start to look further afield too. With modern communications, you don’t need to limit yourself to clients in your home country.

I’m a Reseller with customers on another US web host

Great! Now you can manage all your customers from one easy-to-use control panel.

If you already have US customers hosted with a US host, you can transfer them to Pixel Internet using our free migration.

We think is ‘awesome’ – do you?

If you have any questions about this new offering, our Support Team are on hand to help with any questions you may have – raise a support ticket.


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