GlobalTeleHost Corp. (or GTHost) was founded in 2012 to offer its clients the best data centers, dedicated servers, and networks. This Canadian company’s multiple data centers are located in Toronto, Frankfurt, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Dallas, Seattle, and Santa Clara. It uses only enterprise-class hardware, and it has a policy of absolute transparency and openness.
GTHost’s website is in English.
Features and Ease of Use
GTHost offers more than 100 instant dedicated servers in eight data center locations. These servers are made available within 15 minutes of payment, and they come automatically installed with your choice of Linux distribution (Debian, Centos, Ubuntu, FreeBSD, or Fedora) and your preferred control panel (Vesta, Plesk, DirectAdmin, ISPManage, or cPanel).
All dedicated servers include the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) for remote hardware health monitoring and management, and other features include:
- Supermicro Blade chassis
- Xeon CPUs
- 1 TB HDD or 120 GB SSD storage
- 200 Mbps unmetered bandwidth
- Up to 16 GB DDR4 RAM
Full root access gives you complete control of your server.
GTHost’s SLA-backed 100% network uptime guarantee pays 12 times the amount of downtime, subject to certain conditions. So, five minutes of downtime earns you one hour of credit.
Pricing and Support
This vendor’s dedicated servers are competitively priced. You can pay for them on a daily or weekly basis, in U.S. or Canadian dollars, by PayPal or credit/debit card. There is no money-back guarantee, which is not unusual for dedicated server providers, but you can take a 10-day low-cost trial of your preferred speed and storage combination.
Contact this company’s 24/7 customer support team via telephone, email, or live chat. Although live chat was unavailable when I wanted to try it, my email query resulted in an almost instantaneous response: