, of ONeil Online
, was founded in 1994 by Michael O'Neil in Seattle, Washington. ONeil Online is an independently owned and operated company that provides dependable hosting services to a diverse range of customers from around the world. Originally started as a computer hardware retailer and web designer, over the years oneilonline has steadily grown broadening its services to all aspects of computers, servers, and hosting services. ONeil Online owns and maintains a number of brands:
We do a lot more than just hosting, we are a full service hosting company. Everything from web servers, domain servers, game servers, database servers, voice servers, web design, web development, or an ecommerce web site: we have the knowledge and experience to take care of you. We have been around since 1994 because we genuinely care about our customers. We are here for YOU! Our support and tech staff are online 24/7 available to support you, and will work with you through the entire process from start to finish.
We maintain facilities located across the US and Europe to ensure the best response times and latency times. Our highly scalable network with more than 1000+ Gigabit per second network capacity has diverse paths from each of our datacenters to provide for industry-leading quality fiber optic connectivity through such providers as Internap, Level3, Savvis, Spectrum, Comcast, Telia, Zayo, Hibernia, GTT, Time Warner Cable, Qwest, CenturyLink, Abovenet, and Cogent. Our fully redundant, load balanced, core network and backbone connectivity is unsurpassed in its efficiency and performance. This unique combination provides a superior network infrastructure with an unmatched quality of service.
8945 clients around the globe choose ONeilOnline for the superior reliability our world-class data centers provide, with unparalleled security, network availability, capacity, processing power and operations management. With your IT infrastructure safe in our data centers, you can focus on cutting operational costs and on managing your core business’ success, not its servers.