Catalin Draga 5CloudHost 2020 Fast Reliable Secure Affordable Hosting Launched

A low cost, highly reliable, and secure Webhosting company has launched services. They are promoting the service with a one-time affordable fee that provides service for 5 years.

Wanchai, Hong Kong - June 1, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Catalin Draga, CEO at 5CloudHost, part of Virtono Networks SRL has launched fast, user-friendly, reliable and extremely affordable website hosting. As this service is launched the company’s top-flight support is migrating customers sites at no charge and offering a low cost, one time 5 year payment.

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This affordable web hosting service is being launched to help internet marketers to have a place where affiliate marketing sites are welcomed. Customer’s websites will be placed on their fast, easy-to-use, secure & ultra-reliable cloud platform with enterprise servers.

5CloudHost provides ultra-fast loading speeds. Its powerful servers use the newest technology, including SSD storage and 10Gbps internet connection, ensuring super-fast load speeds. This lowers bounce rates, and boost Google ranking.

Customers may pick the location of their servers in either the US or Europe. In the US servers are in Dallas, TX, and in Europe, they are located in Bucharest, Hungary. Customers may pick the location closest to their main target market and instantly give customers better user experience.

5CloudHost state of the art cloud infrastructure is fully redundant and integrated with Cloudflare. 5CloudHost will keep websites online at all times and ensure that it will load instantly from any corner of the world.

The hosting platform is naturally powered by cPanel. It’s the most popular web-based control panel for a reason. It’s extremely user friendly and helps manage your websites with automation tools designed to simplify everything.

The installation of WordPress is accomplished with a single click. 5CloudHost has 450+ applications that may be installed with one-click. This helps customers avoid paying for technical help and allows customers to start using their time on tasks that make money. 5CloudHost has 2/74 in-house support.

5CloudHost is serious about security and keeping their client’s websites safe. All 5CloudHost’s data centers are Tier 3 certified, each server has its firewall, waf, anti-malware & anti-virus scanner and daily backups are conducted for each account.

All hosting accounts include SSL Certificates, firewall & WAF, virus & malware protection, unlimited bandwidth, unlimited emails, unlimited subdomains, unlimited MySQL Dbs, 1-Click CDN (Cloudflare), 1-Click App Install (Softaculous), and Multiple PHP Versions.

This service is for product launches, affiliate marketers, all beginning internet marketers. James Simpson a recent user states, “Customers didn’t experience a single minute of downtime since moving services over to 5Cloudhost. They helped me when business was rapidly growing the old hosting couldn’t handle the load anymore.”

During the launch of 5CloudHost has removed all risk by including a 30-Day money-back guarantee. For additional bonuses when purchasing see

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