Best Most Popular Hosting Companies in USA 15 Nov 2018
Real Time statistics for 4,517,793 world websites in USA - , ::
We are able to provide Global Hosting Information Statistics for almost Four Million of the most popular websites on the world wide internet. This consists of all sites on the internet being visited by 100+ people per day. The principle of recording these statistics is very simple but at the same time is very reliable - for each of these 4 million websites we found all sites IP addresses. These websites use a total of 1,500,000+ IP addresses. For each IP address we found the official registered IP owner and this consists of the hosting company who own the IP address on which individual sites are based. And we dynamically built statistics using these four million websites hosting information.
Please note sometimes you can see duplicate hosting company names in our list because hosting companies sometimes publish different postal addresses in public whois systems for their difference ip address ranges. We save these separately if the name is the same but the company address is different. The website of the hosting company is obtained automatically from the whois system and sometimes it may be wrong. In such cases please use Google search to confirm correct website of hosting company. We use only official LIVE public Whois data from RIPE/ARIN/KRNIC/AFRINIC/etc for 2018 year. Our statistics/data are updated every day.
So we can really tell our Live Global Hosting Statistics are reliable because they are based on real user popular choices on this moment.
Real-Time Hosting Statistics for USA below based on live hosting information for most popular 4,517,793 websites in USA (from a total of 9,302,559 global websites in our database)
Statistics automatically generated on 15 Nov 2018, 00:03:49 GMT
Best Most Popular Hosting Companies in USA on 15 Nov 2018
Go Daddy or Go Daddy Group Inc. is a privately held company that is primarily an internet domain registrar and web hosting company.
Go Daddy Group Inc. filed for an IPO in 2006, but later canceled it, due to "market uncertainties". In addition to domain registration and hosting Go Daddy also sells e-business related software and services. On June 24, 2011, The Wall Street Journal reported that private-equity firms KKR and Silver Lake Partners, along with a third investor, were nearing a deal to buy the company for between $2-2.5 billion. On July 1, 2011 Go Daddy confirmed that KKR, Silver Lake Partners and Technology Crossover Ventures had closed the deal. Although the purchase price was not officially announced it was reported to be $2.25 billion, for 65% of the company. As of December 2011, Bob Parsons had ceded the CEO role of Go Daddy to Warren Adelman, who had been with the company for about 10 years.
2011 - SC Magazine's "Best Security Team" Rating. The SC Magazine Awards were organized to honor the professionals, companies and products that help fend off the myriad of security threats confronted in today's corporate world. Go Daddy was also a 2012 finalist.
2012 - Fortune 100 "Best Companies to Work For" honoree.
2012 - Gold Stevie Award for the Year in Computer Services.
2012 - Domain Wire's annual survey's "Best Registrar" award with 43% of the vote.
2012 - Voted #1 Web Hosting Company by Best Web Hosting with a score of 84.5%
14455 N Hayden Road, Suite 226, Scottsdale, AZ, 85260, US
CloudFlare is a content delivery network and distributed domain name server service marketed as improving website performance and speed and providing security. CloudFlare has both free and paid services. CloudFlare received media attention, not all of it positive, after providing security to LulzSec's website. The Turkish government has also used CloudFlare.
Matthew Prince, Lee Holloway, and Michelle Zatlyn created CloudFlare in 2009. They previously worked on Project Honey Pot. CloudFlare was launched at the September 2010 TechCrunch Disrupt conference.
In October 2011, CloudFlare named as the Most Innovative Network & Internet Technology Company of 2011 by Wall Street Journal.
665 Third Street #207, San Francisco, CA, 94107, US
Amazon Web Services (abbreviated AWS) is a collection of remote computing services (also called web services) that together make up a cloud computing platform, offered over the Internet by Amazon.com. The most central and well-known of these services are Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3.
Launched in July 2002, Amazon Web Services provide online services for other web sites or client-side applications. Most of these services are not exposed directly to end users, but instead offer functionality that other developers can use in their applications. Amazon Web Services' offerings are accessed over HTTP, using REST and SOAP protocols. All services are billed based on usage, but how usage is measured for billing varies from service to service.
On June 29, 2012, several websites that rely on Amazon Web Services were taken offline due to a severe storm of historic proportions in the Northern Virginia area where Amazon's largest datacenter is located.
Google Sites is a structured wiki- and web page-creation tool offered by Google as part of the Google Apps Productivity suite. The goal of Google Sites is for anyone to be able to create a team-oriented site where multiple people can collaborate and share files.
Google Sites started out as JotSpot, the name and sole product of a software company that offered enterprise social software. It was targeted mainly at small-sized and medium-sized businesses. The company was founded by Joe Kraus and Graham Spencer, co-founders of Excite.
In February 2006, JotSpot was named part of Business 2.0, "Next Net 25", and in May 2006, it was honored as one of InfoWorld's "15 Start-ups to Watch". In October 2006, JotSpot was acquired by Google. Google announced a prolonged data transition of webpages created using Google Page Creator (also known as "Google Pages") to Google Sites servers in 2007. On February 28, 2008, Google Sites was unveiled using the JotSpot technology. The service was free, but users needed a domain name, which Google offered for $10. However, as of May 21, 2008, Google Sites became available for free separately from Google Apps, and without the need for a domain.
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA, 94043, US
HostGator is a Houston-based web hosting company with an additional presence in Austin, Texas. It was founded in 2002 by Brent Oxley, who was then a student at Florida Atlantic University. By 2006, HostGator had passed the 200,000 mark in registered domains. In 2008, Inc. Magazine ranked HostGator at #21 in the United States and #1 in the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, Texas area in its list of fastest-growing companies.
In 2011, HostGator started operations in India as Hostgator.in by setting up a support office and data center. Its head office in India is located in Nashik, Maharashtra.
On 21 June 2012, CEO and founder Brent Oxley announced the impending sale of HostGator to Endurance Int. Group, and advised employees and users not to worry in part because Oxley would still own the buildings HostGator used.
11251 Northwest Freeway, Suite 400, Houston, TX 77092, US
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Bluehost is a shared hosting company owned by Endurance International Group. It is one of the 20 largest web hosts, collectively hosting well over 1.9+ million domains with its sister companies, HostMonster and FastDomain.
Bluehost was among those studied in the analysis of web-based hosting services in collaborative online learning programs.
On June 12, 2011 company founder Matt Heaton announced on his blog that he is stepping down as CEO to focus on the company hosting platform's design and technical structure. Company COO Dan Handy would take over as CEO.
Liquid Web, Inc. is a provider of web hosting services based in Lansing, Michigan, United States. They provide dedicated managed servers, VPS servers, Smart Servers, shared hosting, as well as a range of hosting products and services.
In 2009, Liquid Web employed around 150 technicians. INC Magazine reported that at year end 2011, Liquid Web employed 300 full-time employees.
Liquid Web was founded in 1997 by Matthew Hill. Liquid Web has its roots in a small office in Holt, Michigan.
Liquid Web received the INC.5000 Fastest Growing Companies award in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012
DreamHost is a Los Angeles-based web hosting provider and domain name registrar. It is the web hosting and cloud computing business owned by New Dream Network, LLC, founded in 1996 by Dallas Bethune, Josh Jones, Michael Rodriguez and Sage Weil, undergraduate students at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California, and registered in 1997 by Michael Rodriguez. DreamHost began hosting customers' sites in 1997
DreamHost's shared, VPS, and dedicated hosting network consists of Apache, nginx and lighttpd web servers running on the Debian GNU/Linux operating system. DreamHost also offers cloud storage and computing services for entrpreneurs and developers, launched in 2012. The control panel for users to manage all services is a custom application designed in-house, includes integrated billing and a support ticket system, and has received rave reviews from some customers. DreamHost's staff contribute to an official blog and a customer support wiki.
DreamHost does not offer call-in phone support, but customers can pay extra to request callbacks from support staff. Furthermore, a live chat option is available for all accounts when the level of support emails is low. This option is always available for customers that already pay the monthly fee for callbacks. The company hosts in excess of one million domains.
Akamai Technologies, Inc. is an Internet content delivery network headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in the United States. Akamai's network is one of the world's largest distributed-computing platforms, responsible for serving between 15 and 20 percent of all web traffic.
The company operates a network of servers around the world and rents space on these servers to customers who want their websites to work faster by distributing content from locations close to the user. When a user navigates to a website, such as healthcare.gov, Bing, Facebook, or Twitter, their browser is redirected to one of Akamai's copies of this website, almost entirely invisible to the vast majority of its users. However, since SSL is designed to highlight hidden intermediaries, Akamai has struggled to make secure web pages work with their service, and an attempt to connect to a popular website over HTTPS will often reveal Akamai.
Akamai provides a service to companies that have content on the Internet (Akamai's customers), to deliver this content to users browsing the Web and downloading content. Akamai does this by transparently mirroring content-sometimes all site content including HTML, CSS, and software downloads, and sometimes just media objects such as audio, graphics, animation, and video-from customer servers. Though the domain name (but not subdomain) remains the same, the IP address points to an Akamai server or to another user's machine that Akamai is used as a server rather than the customer's server. The Akamai server is automatically picked depending on the type of content and the user's network location.
8 Cambridge Center, 02142, Cambridge, MA, United States
Rackspace US, Inc. (NYSE: RAX) is an IT hosting company based in San Antonio, Texas, USA. The company also has offices in Australia, the United Kingdom, The Netherlands and Hong Kong, and data centers operating in Texas, Illinois, Virginia, the United Kingdom, and Hong Kong as of late 2008. The company's email and apps division operates in Blacksburg, VA; other offices are located in Austin, TX and San Francisco, CA.
Its clients include 40% of the members of the Fortune 100. In 2011, the company was named as one of the top 100 places to work by Fortune Magazine. Rackspace UK has also appeared in The Sunday Times best employers' awards for each year between 2007 and 2011, and was listed in the top 50 UK workplaces by the Financial Times.
Endurance International Group, Inc. (EIG), formerly BizLand, is one of the world's largest website hosting companies. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts. It achieved its size by acquiring a large number of smaller hosts, which it continues to operate under the original names.
List of hosting brands:
Bluehost, BlueDomino, HostGator, HostMonster, IPOWER/iPowerWeb, NetFirms, PureHost, ReadyHosting.com, etc.
1&1 Internet, Inc. offers Web hosting and domain name registration services. 1and1 internet Inc. was formed in 1992 when it took over the marketing operations of BTX. With an innovative outlook 1and1 launched an online service. It established itself in marketing services and introduced smart software for terminals called KIT which was very successful. After the success of KIT 1and1 introduced a telecom decoder which was later popularly known as browser. United Internet, the parent company of 1and1 offered its first Initial Public Offering in 1998 which was the first ever public issue by any internet company. After this it started its other services like domain hosting, email ecommerce etc. From June 2000 it started its international operations in Europe and other countries. Today 1and 1 has become the one of world largest web hosting and internet services company with more than 2400 employees.
701 Lee Rd, Suite 300, Chesterbrook, PA, 19087, US
Automattic, Inc. is a web development corporation founded in August 2005. It is most notable for WordPress.com (a free blogging service), as well as its contributions to WordPress (open source blogging software). The company's name plays with its founder's first name Matt.
On September 23, 2008, Automattic announces acquiring IntenseDebate.Two months later, on November 15, 2008, Automattic acquired PollDaddy.
On September 9, 2010, Automattic gave the WordPress trademark and control over bbPress and BuddyPress to the WordPress Foundation.