Dedicated server package details:

Express Series - Intel Intel Core2Quad Q9650 3.0 GHz 12 MB Cache

Platform:
Operating system pre-installed on the server.
Windows Server 2008 Datacenter
CPU:
CPU brand and type of the server.
Intel Core 2 Quad Q9650 3.0GHz
Disk space:
Amount of storage space available on the server.
750GB
Memory:
Available RAM size on the server.
8GB
Bandwidth:
Internet bandwidth transfer limit.
10000GB
Location:
Physical location of the data center.
Illinois, USA
Setup:
One-time setup fee the hosting provider charges.
Free
Management:
Whether the hosting provider can manage the server for you.
Unmanaged
SingleHop
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SingleHop

Company Info:
Company title:
The public name of the company.
Dedicated Hosting | Managed Dedicated Servers | Windows Dedicated Server | Linux Dedicated Servers
Company description:
A short description of this company.
SingleHop, Inc., is a full-service, managed, dedicated hosting provider that was founded on the principal of providing reliable, cost-effective, dedicated servers. The company was founded by Zak Boca and Dan Ushman in 2006 and currently hosts thousands of websites from around the world. SingleHop has been a pioneer in green hosting through their work in implementing Intel's Atom processor to be used in servers. www.singlehop.com
Ownership:
Company ownership type.
Privately Held
Revenue:
Estimated annual revenue of this company.
$1 - 10M ($5,000,000 estimated) Ranked 42 at HostMonk
Employees:
Estimated number of employees of this company.
25 - 100 (50 estimated) Ranked 32 at HostMonk
Contacts:
Number of public contacts listed at Jigsaw.com.
29 contacts at Jigsaw
Jigsaw company details:
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We Manage IT Differently

Our slogan is "We Manage IT Differently." And we mean it.

Our slogan stems from our commitment to always finding better ways to manage small business web hosting services and solutions for our clients. There are many things about managed dedicated hosting that are not broken, so we don't try to reinvent the wheel. Instead we focus in areas of managed web site hosting that have traditionally been neglected.

  1. Our internal structure gives our clients direct access to our top talent and a personal account executive guarantees communication whenever you have any questions or concerns regarding your dedicated hosting service.

  2. Our flexible managed web hosting service allows clients to select, and pay for only the web hosting services that they need and pay for nothing that they do not need.

  3. Our refusal to outsource support, and overall commitment to provide the best web hosting service possible has been recognized by industry experts and our customers alike.

In everything we do, we try to do it better. When buying servers, for example, we make sure that they are manufactured using environmentally friendly processes and that when they are powered on, they use (on average) 30% less electricity. Data Centers and servers use 1/5th the world's electrical supply. In reducing our power use, we are also reducing our long term expense for power. By reducing our costs, we are able to pass the savings of our dedicated servers and small business dedicated web hosting services on to our clients.

Certifications

SW Soft/Parallels Gold Partner
CPanel Partner
BBB Accredited Business
Microsoft SPLA Partner
CCO - SAS 70 Type I (report available on request)
CISP/PCI
For additional information please contact SingleHop Sales.

Contacting us via Mail, Phone or Online

We are located in our Chicago Downtown offices at:

SingleHop, Inc.
621 W. Randolph St.
3rd Floor
Chicago, IL 60661

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Payment Methods We Accept

We currently accept the following payment methods: Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express Cards, Electronic Checks/ACH, Wire Transfer, Corporate Checks, Personal Checks, Money Orders and Pay Pal eChecks and Instant Payments. We are unable to accept any other payment methods at this time.

Site Info:
Alexa traffic rank:
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Alexa traffic rank in US:
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Unique monthly visitors:
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12,005 (Compete.com) Ranked 40 at HostMonk
Sites linking in:
Average load time:
Median website load time and percent of known sites that are slower.
2.239 Seconds, 72% of the sites are faster Ranked 70 at HostMonk
Contact Info:
Twitter profile:
Name and description of the official Twitter profile of this company.
SingleHop (1030 followers)
"Managed Dedicated Hosting Provider based in Chicago with 24/7 Support"
Ranked 44 at HostMonk
Address:
Physical address of this company.
621 W Randolph #3, Chicago, Il 60661, USA
621 W Randolph #3, Chicago, Il 60661, USA
Phone:
Official phone number of this company.
312-447-2580
Official email:
Official email address of this company.
sales@singlehop.com
Terms of service:
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User Reviews:
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Blog posts
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Enterprise Power Geek
Jul 10, 2014
No disclaimer, just geek…maybe just not your average one. I have some of the hobbies mentioned here, and although I gamed in my earlier years and played all the Ultima RPGs I thru IX, I never got into the MMO part because dial up was hella expensive and was I simply too poor to join […]
Minimalist, OS builder, Bike Rider, Sleepless Thinker
Jul 09, 2014
I’m a minimalist geek and it seems to leak into most aspects of my life. I’ve been using IRC/SILC and *nix since the 90s. I’ve played with many different operating systems throughout the years from plan9 to histar, but only two have really ever captured a piece of my heart: Gentoo and OpenBSD. If they […]
Hobby Computer and Steampunk Building
Jul 08, 2014
I have been putting computers together for a quarter of a century. In the beginning, I worked on Atari and 8086 builds. I built my first computer with leftover parts and with a lot of assembly required. I got pretty handy with a dremel though. In the early days, a great deal of time was spent […]
SingleHop Geekness Honorable Mentions
Jul 07, 2014
The Geek is Strong With This One! Geekness day is around the corner and we have decided to look inward this year at the employees of SingleHop in search of the head geek. Nearly every employee at SingleHop has a variety of subjects that geek out to. Here are a handful of the honorable mentions: […]
LEAP 3.5.0
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Business Lessons from the Brethren of the Coast
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SingleHop’s Office Move
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We love our loft-style office with its green walls, exposed brick, and rooftop deck in the heart of River North. But it’s just not perfect.  Everyone is split up between two different floors of the building. The elevator is always a gamble on whether or not you’ll make it to your desired floor. The dishwasher […]
SingleHop Secures $14.8 Million in Financing
May 20, 2014
I’m excited to announce that we’ve secured $14.8 million in debt financing, which is being led by Silicon Valley Bank with participation from Farnam Street Financial Inc. This round of financing brings us to a total of $42 million raised over the last two years. This funding comes at a time when enterprises are adopting […]
The World’s Greatest Teachers: 150,000 Small Businesses (Part 1 of 3)
May 16, 2014
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Infographic: Journey Through Attribution and Digital Marketing Strategy
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LEAP Release Version 3.3.4
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5 Things Every Data Center Needs
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What is Heartbleed and Why Does it Matter to Me?
Apr 09, 2014
I’m sure many of the people reading this blog post have heard about the recent exploit released Monday labeled CVE-2014-0160 better known to the Internet as Heartbleed. Heartbleed is an exploit on OpenSSL version 1.0.1 through 1.0.1f that allows an attacker to pull arbitrary data out of a server’s memory to retrieve various information. How […]
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