Dedicated and Virtual Server Hosting in Switzerland

We care about your privacy

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Location: Zürich, Switzerland

Switzerland is ideally located right in the heart of Europe and is bordered by three of its largest market economies. Our country is well-known for its long lasting stability, neutrality, political independence and highly educated workforce. All these advantages put together make Switzerland the perfect location for organizations that focus their activities on EU area.

Our company resides at Interxion™ Zürich data center - the largest of its kind in Switzerland. Interxion™ is an ultra-secure, carbon and carrier neutral location for storing and processing data in line with Swiss data protection regulations. It's hard to overestimate the importance of selecting the right location to host your business - locating in a safe harbor country right in the center of Europe is a strategic decision aimed at securing your success in the future.

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Your Personal Data Vault

Switzerland is renowned for its strict laws and regulations on privacy and data protection that make it impossible for any third party including authorities to get access to a web hosting provider's data, unless a formal request is filed by a prosecutor, who is investigating a client in particular. At the federal level, the collection and use of personal data is regulated by the Federal Act on Data Protection. Additionally, each canton in Switzerland has a cantonal Data Protection Act in place. There's hardly any other country in the world with a matching grade of privacy protection at the political level.

Not only your data and privacy are protected by Swiss laws, but we also take weighty efforts to secure it at the infrastructure level. Our data center in Zürich is practically a fortress: 24x7 CCTV surveillance, perimeter and inner premises security patrols, multi-layered access barriers, including mantraps and biometric readers.

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Data protection in Switzerland

Why Us?

Only best products of Switzerland deserve the privilege to be awarded with the Swiss Made label. We make great efforts to see the business through the eyes of our customers, understand their expectations and needs and develop products and services that would meet or exceed the highest industry standards.

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Payment Methods

We accept a variety of most common and convenient payment methods available to this day: VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, PayPal and Bank Wire transfers. In addition to the conventional and widely used payment processors you can also place an order with crypto and digital currencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin, Nextcoin, Perfect Money, QIWI and WebMoney. In order to protect your privacy we accept said currencies directly, with no proxy payment service involved.

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Hot Summer Deals on All Servers - Use Code 'HOTALPS' - Valid Through July, 20
Jun 25, 2018

Hot Summer Deals on All Servers - Use Code 'HOTALPS' - Valid Through July, 20

It's summer time and it's hot. The snow has melted on the slopes of the Alps and so did our prices. From now on and up to the 20th of July enjoy a 10% discount on every dedicated, virtual and cloud server in our inventory, as well as other products and services.

Redeem voucher code 'HOTALPS' on checkout to receive a discount on your order. Please also note that you can get an additional discount of up to 22% if you select a longer billing cycle.

Contact our dedicated and professional support team if you have any questions about Cloud Server configurations, billing and discount terms or need assistance. We are ready to help through the live chat widget and support tickets 24/7/365.

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The  World’s  Biggest  DDoS  Attack
May 16, 2018

The World’s Biggest DDoS Attack

On the 3rd of January 2018, GitHub, which is one of the world’s biggest software development platforms, was attacked by 1.35 terabits per seconds’ worth of traffic, at once; hence marking the world’s strongest distributed denial of service attack.

The Events

As soon as the attack started, GitHub instantly went offline, but as this happened, a digital system begun assessing the situation and what type of attack the platform was dealing with. In less than 10 minutes, the system used its DDoS mitigation service, Akamai Prolexic as an intermediary. The service then begun rerouting all traffic associated with GitHub, through scrubbing centres, which worked by identifying and blocking ill-intended packets of data. After a couple of more minutes, the offensive was stopped and GitHub was back online. Given the massive strength of the attack, the fact that it was stopped after only 10 minutes was a big surprise for both GitHub and their DDoS mitigation service.

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