According to its Facebook page, NixWinD Technologies was established in 2010. It offers shared web hosting and reseller hosting plus managed and unmanaged VPS, dedicated servers, domain services, and SSL certificates. Since NixWinD’s staff have experience of coding on multiple platforms, it can also offer web design and development solutions.
This host’s website is published in English.
Features and Ease of Use
NixWinD Technologies offers six shared hosting plans, two reseller hosting plans, email hosting (but details are scarce), three managed VPS, three unmanaged VPS, and three dedicated server solutions.
The “NixVirt” hosting plans provide you with:
- One hosted domain
- cPanel control panel
- 100 MB to 300 MB disk space
- 5 GB to 15 GB data transfer
- One MySQL database
- Unlimited email accounts and FTP accounts
- SSL certificate
- Apache 2.4
- Free setup
The Softaculous installer helps you install several CMS and other applications with just a few clicks, and the Cloudflare CDN makes your website more accessible (faster page loading) as well as protecting against malicious bots and other online attacks. Additional security measures include a daily security scan, server firewall, and DDoS protection.
NixWinD provides a 99.9% service uptime guarantee and a 100% network uptime guarantee. You will receive a pro-rata refund for any month in which these service levels are not met.
With super-fast automatic provisioning, NixWinD Technologies ensures your VPS and applications are ready to run within minutes. The use of KVM virtualization ensures you get the resources you expect, with no overselling.
Pricing and Support
NixWinD’s shared hosting plans are inexpensive. You can pay in Indian rupees or U.S. dollars by bank transfer or PayPal, on billing terms from monthly to triennial. To make you feel better about making a major commitment, there is a 30-day money-back guarantee for shared and email hosting and a 15-day money-back guarantee for VPS plans.
You should be able to summon support via telephone, ticket, email, an online contact form, or social media (Facebook and Twitter). I say “should” because my test support ticket received no response. If you have to resort to self-support, beware that the knowledge base contains only 11 entries: