Lunarpages Web Hosting launched provides affordable and reliable hosting for personal websites, small business, ecommerce shops, Fortune 100 corporations, dedicated customers, and more. Lunarpages hosts the biggest and the best in the industry, utilizing the knowledge that has made us the largest web host in the world.
With three datacenters (Riverside and San Diego, CA, as well as one in Las Vegas, Nevada), an optimized call center in Anaheim, California, and several satellite technicians in various parts of the United States, Lunarpages is premier web host, hosting over 150,000 customers with more than 100 staff members worldwide.
Data Center Information
Lunarpages utilizes the facilities of three unparalleled datacenters located in San Diego and Riverside, California, as well as Las Vegas, Nevada. These datacenters include AIS (San Diego) and Marquisnet, two of the most prestigious buildings in the world.
American Internet Services (AIS), San Diego's largest data center and the fastest-growing data center colocation company in Southern California is a Tier 4, Certified data center and provides Lunarpages with:
- Redundant Power
- 24x7x365 Monitoring & Management
- Redundant Network Equipment
- 24x7x365 Customer Service on site
- Redundant Climate Control
- Engineers on Staff 8 AM to Midnight 365 Days
- Redundant Fiber Entrances
- Over 100 Employees
- Redundant Tier One Backbones
- 14 Years in the San Diego Colocation Industry
AIS' new Lightwave Data Center is the largest colocation facility in San Diego with more than 80,000 square feet. The center was designed as a technology fortress with N+1 (or greater) redundancy in all data center systems, including bandwidth, power, HVAC, fire suppression and security, making AIS the largest and fastest growing data center colocation company in Southern California.
American Internet Services (AIS) recently received SAS 70 Type II audit certification from independent auditing firm DuPont & Morgan, LLP. SAS 70 certification is an internationally-recognized standard which reviews all levels of technology service providers over a six-month period for business practices, communication, internal procedures, and security.