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  • Compare SingleHop versus Rackforce

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    Trying to do a SingleHop and Rackforce hosting review? Need to know whether SingleHop is better than Rackforce? If you are considering both SingleHop and Rackforce for a dedicated hosting plan you should know about the dedicated server differences between the the two web hosting companies and some unique information for both SingleHop versus Rackforce. First, a comparison of SingleHop and Rackforce shows that both hosting companies have significant differences in terms of what is included with their entry-level dedicated server offerings. When you look at the pricing for SingleHop and Rackforce, you can sometimes find a difference in your review depending upon whether any new SingleHop or Rackforce promos are running. SingleHop often has dedicated hosting sales which can reduce the cost of the hosting whereas Rackforce does not seem to have specials very often. However, even absent a promo, the pricing for SingleHop vs. Rackforce is quite different. Unlike Rackforce, with SingleHop you can buy a dedicated server for less than one hundred dollars a month. SingleHop vs. Rackforce both offer Windows and Linux dedicated servers. With SingleHop you can buy also cPanel on your dedicated servers if you wish to use it for reseller purposes. When you compare the product breadth at Rackforce to that which is offered by SingleHop, your review will show that SingleHop generally offers more powerful dedicated hosting products at lower monthly costs. On balance, we believe that when you look at the differences between SingleHop and Rackforce, that SingleHop is a better dedicated web host than Rackforce.

    The following SingleHop and Rackforce Hosting dedicated server comparison table is designed to show the most important differences and similarities between the SingleHop vs. Rackforce entry level dedicated server packages. If you require a high-end dedicated server, you should visit both SingleHop and Rackforce to do a review of the advanced managed hosting product level that your comparison between Rackforce and SingleHop requires.

    SingleHop versus Rackforce Servers

    Managed Hosting Company SingleHop Rackforce
    Price $99/month $129/month
    Processor Intel ATOM 330 1MB L2 Cache 1.6Ghz Dual-Core Hyperthreaded Xeo
    RAM 2048 MB 1 GB
    Bandwidth 3,000GB 10Mbps Dedicated Unmetered
    Remote Reboots Yes Yes

    In general, we believe that SingleHop is a better dedicated hosting company than Rackforce. Keep in mind some other Rackforce SingleHop facts to consider. While both web hosts generally receive good reviews by our users, Rackforce and SingleHop are not based in the same country. With Rackforce you are buying Canadian dedicated servers (if you are in Canada this may be a positive). However, if you are based in the US or abroad, you may find SingleHop better than Rackfroce since you get hosted in a US data center. While we prefer SingleHop vs. Rackforce due to lower prices, one thing to be careful of when reviewing the dedicated server products of SingleHop vs. Rackforce is the RAM that comes with their dedicated servers is different. RAM is very important, particularly when you use a control panel, and SingleHop generally includes more RAM in their servers. In addition, a big plus for choosing SingleHop instead of Rackforce Hosting is that SingleHop offers a unique control panel, that is web-based called LEAP and lets you manage multiple servers with significant features. This is a proprietary offering at and it's a big asset (check out their LEAP demo at their webpage). If you are focused on green hosting (i.e. carbon neutral dedicated servers), we do give credit to Rackforce, who is in the process of building a large green data center in Kelowna, British Columbia with the help of IBM (note that Rackforce and IBM are business partners). Of course, Singlehop only uses name brand hardware which is a balancing positive. Thus, on balance, while both dedicated server companies (Rackforce and SingleHop) are high quality and fast growing companies, we think the average dedicated hosting buyer will find SingleHop to compare more favorably versus or

    Additional SingleHop vs. Rackforce Questions

    As we get specific questions about comparing Rackforce vs. SingleHop, we will post the SingleHop Rackforce review answers here. When comparing SingleHop and Rackforce, here are the questions people have asked so far.

    Where are Rackforce and SingleHop Inc. based? Rackforce (both the international division and their Canadian service at are located in Kelowna, BC, Canada. SingleHop is based in Chicago, USA.

    Which hosting provider, Rackforce for SingleHop, is more established? Rackforce is a more established hosting company (and larger from a server count) than SingleHop, which was only founded recently. The management team at SingleHop previously built midPhase before selling the company and moving onto to SingleHop. So despite the recent incorporation-age of both web hosts the management teams at both dedicated hosting companies have about the same industry experience.

    Have a SingleHop versus Rackforce comparison question? Email us at; subject Rackforce SingleHop review question. We hope that this free web host comparison guide has been useful to help you decide whether to buy SingleHop or to purchase Rackforce dedicated servers or managed hosting products. For more dedicated hosting suggestions, you can always visit our Dedicated Server Showcase.

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