About NodeSpace Hosting
Proudly hosting a slice of the Internet since 2010
We've been on a mission since 2010 to make hosting better.
Our company was established in September 2010 with the objective of improving the hosting industry. Our vision was to create a hosting provider that we ourselves would prefer to work with, devoid of aggressive sales tactics, unnecessary upsells, and deceitful marketing tactics. More importantly, our clients are treated with the utmost respect and importance, as individuals not simply as a number on a spreadsheet. The amount a client spends on our services, whether it is $5 or $5000 per month, holds no relevance to the treatment they receive. Our company is dedicated to providing high-quality, reliable hosting services, and exemplary customer support to all our clients.
We are not like other hosts
At our company, we prioritize delivering top-notch services to our clients. Our commitment to providing an exceptional hosting experience starts with the initial setup of our servers, and we maintain that commitment through our ongoing maintenance procedures. We thoroughly ensure that every detail is attended to, including the labeling of network and power cables, to guarantee a smooth operation. Our unwavering dedication is focused on constructing a reliable backend that can be relied upon. What distinguishes us from other providers is that we own and manage all of our infrastructure, from servers to the network. As a result, we are here to stay and committed to the longevity of our partnership with you.
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We value open source
We love open source. It’s at the heart of our business, after all. PHP, MySQL/MariaDB, Python, Linux, Apache, WordPress, and many others help us operate. We strongly believe in donating time, money, resources, and code back to open source projects that we use. We’re a proud sponsor of AlmaLinux, we host a mirror, we release our own open source software, and contribute financially as well as with code, bug fixes, bug reports, documentation, and more to other open source projects.