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ServInt is a pioneering provider of high-reliability web hosting for businesses worldwide. ServInt’s commitment to Green IT services is demonstrated by its popular Virtual Private Server (VPS) solutions. ServInt was founded in Northern Virginia in 1995 as one of the first web-hosting companies to offer a Managed Dedicated Server solution. From multiple world-class data centers, ServInt now provides its scalable suite of VPS and Managed Enterprise Server packages to thousands of customers in more than 60 countries
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ServInt
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Business access solutions, tier 1 provider.
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Privately Held
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$1 - 10M ($5,000,000 estimated) Ranked 36 at HostMonk
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25 - 100 (50 estimated) Ranked 27 at HostMonk
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super-teen-host.com, nixup.com, tnatrivia.com, servintfree.net, elserpento.com, servint.com
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7 contacts at Jigsaw
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Since 1995, ServInt has delivered reliable web hosting services to thousands of customers around the world.

When most were just discovering the Internet, we launched the first Managed Dedicated Server in the mid 1990’s. Our technological advances have spurred the most powerful Virtual Private Server (VPS) platform on the web and the most versatile, flexible, and scalable Dedicated solutions in the industry.

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19,376 (Compete.com) Ranked 32 at HostMonk
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1.551 Seconds, 54% of the sites are faster Ranked 34 at HostMonk
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North America/United States
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servint (1364 followers)
"ServInt Managed Web Hosting - VPS & Dedicated Servers"
Ranked 37 at HostMonk
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6861 Elm St, McLean, VA 22101, United States
6861 Elm St, McLean, VA 22101, United States
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+1 703 847 1381
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+1 703 847 1383
Official email:
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busdev@servint.com
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User Reviews:
1 user review for ServInt:
Highly recommended for a basic VPS
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by Chris Long - Sep 28, 2010
I think they are a very good VPS hosting provider. I use their "Essential VPS" package for $49/mon for a few years for hosting a corporate web site (based on Drupal and a MySQL database). The site responds quickly. I don't think they ever had any significant downtimes or network problems (so I cannot tell if their support is performing well too...).
I also like the fact that they say explicitly that they charge $1/mon for any additional IP address (not like many other sites that you need to negotiate purchasing IPs with them).
Blog posts
Recent posts from ServInt blog:
Apps, Plug-ins and the Law of “Unattended Consequences”
Feb 11, 2015
Yes, I said “unattended” consequences. In this article, we’re going to look at the potentially disastrous consequences that can result from installing apps and plug-ins and then forgetting about them — especially if these apps require attention or input from you to make them work. Let’s start with a specific, real-world example. A few weeks […]
Net Neutrality and Web Hosting
Dec 03, 2014
Not only do I head up operations here at ServInt, I am chairman and co-founder of the Internet Infrastructure Coalition, or i2Coalition. The i2Coalition is highly concerned with Net Neutrality, so I want to put some context around things that you have surely been reading over the past few weeks, months and years. I want […]
ServInt Names New Community Manager
Nov 24, 2014
Hi everyone! My name is John Kastronis and I’m the new (and first!) Community Manager here at ServInt. From today forward I’ll be one of the forward-facing contacts between ServInt and the community. I’m here to learn more about what you guys need out of your web hosting company, to make sure that gets communicated back […]
Awesome job, Desert Bus for Hope!
Nov 21, 2014
Shortly after midnight this morning, a crew of bleary-eyed gamers and assorted other cool people set down their joysticks and counted the money they’d raised for the Child’s Play charity. After 158 straight hours of playing history’s most maddeningly idiotic video game, Desert Bus for Hope had raised more than $635,000. To this, as the humble […]
The Linux Game
Nov 21, 2014
My son’s school is offering a programming class. After my first introduction to Linux we had fun with the echo command and wrote a script that would say “Hi Fart” he was keen to learn more. He’s too young to attend the class. Instead, he has continued his journey learning Linux with me. It thought it […]
Paying for Hosting with Bitcoin
Oct 28, 2014
Starting today, ServInt is officially accepting Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin as payment for its hosting services. Current customers may have noticed this option already in the billing section of the portal as it has been in ‘soft launch’ mode for a week. As always, our top priority is making our customers’ lives as easy as […]
We’ve updated our privacy policies. Here’s why.
Oct 16, 2014
On September 2nd, we changed our procedures to narrow the circumstances in which law enforcement can request your data from us without a warrant. In addition, we now inform law enforcement that we will disclose requests for our customer data unless a specific statute requires us to keep the request secret. ServInt is committed to […]
How to Install Node.js on a cPanel VPS
Oct 06, 2014
Editor’s Note: As third-party software, ServInt does not support node.js beyond installation. Also, to follow these instructions, users must have a working knowledge of the command line. Click here if you would like more information about logging into your server on the command line. Node.js is an application development software written in and for javascript for […]
ServInt Receives “Best Migration Partner” award at 2014 cPanel Conference
Oct 02, 2014
I am very proud to announce that on Tuesday at the 8th annual cPanel Conference, ServInt received the 2014 award for Best Migration Partner during the keynote presentation. We were praised for ensuring quality migrations for all our cPanel customers, and for our migration team’s seamless integration with cPanel’s migration experts. This award meant a […]
ServInt PowerPartners get paid DOUBLE for referring new customers in October!
Oct 01, 2014
Okay, it’s time for this VP of Marketing to ‘fess up.  We haven’t spent as much time as we should have promoting our “PowerPartners” affiliate marketing program. The truth is, when we made it easy for customers and non-customers to join the program; when we added cash rewards (in addition to hosting credit) for new […]
How to Update your SSL Certificate to SHA-2 Format
Sep 29, 2014
With Google’s decision to sunset SHA-1 SSL certification many clients have inquired about re-issuing SSL certificates in SHA-2 format. For the validity period of the certificate, we are able to re-issue certificates which were purchased through ServInt. If you’ve purchased a one-year certificate and have six months left until your certificate expires, we’ll be able to […]
Patching the Shellshock Bug Exploit
Sep 26, 2014
It’s been a busy couple of days at ServInt, but I’m glad to say that our customers are protected against the recently found Shellshock bug. Some background Shellshock is a newly found vulnerability in Bash, the most common application allowing users to execute commands on Linux machines.  It’s the environment within which commands are executed […]
Maximizing Site Speed with ServInt’s New Resource Graphing Tools
Sep 23, 2014
Site speed is all about page load times. But what causes one site (or one page) to load faster than another? The short answer is that it depends on the site and the server. Each combination is unique, but there’s a lot you can do to find your bottleneck. Even to experienced developers, the traditional […]
ServInt’s Resource Graphing: Beyond the Site Performance Guarantee
Sep 15, 2014
As part of ServInt’s SolidFire Site Performance Guarantee, our system resource graphing allows you to track and analyze all of your critical system resources from one convenient dashboard. There are more uses to these proprietary server analytics than simply ensuring that you’re receiving all of your critical system resources. Let’s take a moment to look […]
VPS or Cloud: What’s in a Name?
Sep 04, 2014
In the context of hosting, “Cloud” originally referred to a “next generation” of technology abstraction, something better than basic virtualization. Vendors proposed many conflicting definitions that included a mix of vertical scaling, horizontal scaling, automatic scaling, API driven provisioning, etc. Usually, whatever a particular vendor was offering was that vendor’s definition of Cloud. There was […]
The Future of VPS Cloud Hosting is Clear — Transparent, Even
Sep 02, 2014
Today, ServInt continues the ongoing rollout of customer-facing and back-end improvements to our VPS hosting platform. Here’s a status report on our platform enhancements, as of Sep. 1: - Downtime-free OS kernel updates - Available now - Redesigned network core to increase resiliency to attack and hardware failure - Available now - Enhanced, third-party network status update resources - Available […]
ServInt Site Performance Guarantee Resource Graphing Tools: an Engineer’s Perspective
Aug 27, 2014
Editor’s note: A reader made the following comment on yesterday’s blog post about our SolidFire Site Performance Guarantee and resource graphs: “I am curious to know what’s proprietary about these graphs given that so many open source tools exist (Munin, MRTG, Nagios etc.) that show similar stats.” We’ve asked one of the chief architects of ServInt’s resource […]
Graphing the Heartbeat of Your Server
Aug 25, 2014
You’ve heard us talk a lot about what makes ServInt’s SolidFire VPS and dedicated hosting platform the most significant evolution of Cloud hosting technology in many years — the elimination of noisy neighbors, the transition to an all SSD cloud storage solution, and most recently, the implementation of a hosting-industry first: a Site Performance Guarantee that promises your […]
Your Site Will Never Slow Down Because of Your Server.We Stand Behind it and We Prove it.
Aug 21, 2014
If you’re a ServInt SolidFire customer, your site will never slow down because of your server. Ever. Did you know that? Have we done a good job explaining that to you? I wonder sometimes. In past blog posts, we’ve examined IOPS, resource contention, disaster recovery, and lots of other very good reasons why you should […]
VIDEO: ServInt COO Speaks Out About the NSA
Aug 14, 2014
Last week I wrote about how ServInt was beating the NSA. Here’s a talk I gave on the same subject in TechWeek in Chicago last month. ServInt cares about protecting our users’ rights. The talk will explain why we care, and what we’re trying to do to fix the “NSA problem.”
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