With over ten years of web development and web hosting experience to its name, FK Network is your go-to firm for domains, hosted emails, VPS, and shared hosting in Latvia. It operates 200+ servers that power more than 2400 websites worldwide.
FK Network’s clean and fast-loading website is easy to navigate in English or Russian.
Features and Ease of Use
FK Network’s web hosting services are powered by ultra-fast cloud servers with a 900 Gbit/s network connection. Uptime stands at industry-standard 99.9%, which means your website will be available almost all the time.
Under your cPanel or ISPManager control panel, you will find everything you need to build and manage your website. And with the Softaculous one-click installer, WordPress, Joomla, OpenCart, and many more popular applications are just a few clicks away.
Other supported features include:
- Unlimited email accounts
- Unmetered web traffic
- Unlimited FTP accounts
- SSL Certificates
- MySQL databases
- Scheduled tasks
Understanding how important it is to back up your websites, FK Network saves copies of websites, emails, and databases for a period of two weeks. You can easily recover any file that you have accidentally deleted simply by rolling back your website or database to a particular date.
DDoS attacks can, of course, be devastating for your business. Therefore, FK Network’s DDoS protection measures include routing data through nodes in France, Latvia, Netherlands, and Spain.
Pricing and Support
With its flexible prices and no hidden fees, FK Network lets you choose a hosting plan that will work for you. For a small one-page WordPress website or a basic PrestaShop e-store, the WH-1 hosting plan should suffice. For a medium-sized web project (such as an online portal) with moderate traffic, the WH-2 plan will work. If you’re creating an enterprise web app or a website for a large corporation, the WH-3 plan will provide more storage space and MySQL databases.
Looking to transfer your website to FK Network’s servers? No problem, because the bilingual support team will help you with the migration when you contact them via email, telephone, or online form. There is no public knowledge base as far as I know, but who knows what resources might be available when you’re fully signed up as a customer?