iPage

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iPage
Private company
IndustryWeb hosting
Founded1998
FounderThomas Gorny[1]
HeadquartersBurlington, MA, USA
OwnerHostGallo Data Center
WebsiteiPage.com

iPage (/ˈp/) is a web hosting and domain registration company owned by the Endurance International Group. They offer a wide range of web hosting solutions for online businesses and webmasters to create websites. iPage also offers shared web hosting packages and a drag-and-drop-based site builder that allows users without any coding knowledge to create a website.

History[edit]

iPage was initially founded in 1998 as a full web service provider, but the company re-launched operations as a web hosting provider in 2009. It's currently owned by Endurance International Group, which also owns other web hosting companies such as BlueHost and HostGator.

Features[edit]

iPage offers a shared hosting plan that enables users to host unlimited domains for a monthly fee. Features offered by iPage are similar to other unlimited shared hosting services and include unlimited disk storage, data transfers, email addresses, FTP accounts, addon domain names, and MySQL databases.

iPage also provides Wordpress hosting solutions which are basically shared servers pre-configured to run Wordpress.

On their "Green Web Hosting" page, iPage claims they are run by 100% wind power and are a part of the United States Environmental Protection Agency Green Power Partner program.[2] However, as of December 2018, the page has been removed and does not exist anymore, and iPage does not appear in the EPA list of green power partners|[3].


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Thomas Gorny". Open Corporates. Retrieved 1 September 2014.
  2. ^ Web Hosting
  3. ^ [https://www.epa.gov/greenpower/green-power-partner-list

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