Hosting the Leading Websites:
Hosts of High-Tech Customers:
Amazon Web Services
A Host of Hi-Tech Customers
Customers with high-tech expertise in computers and websites of their own were researched for their hosting. Hosts with two or more of these knowledgeable customers were then listed in my main list, and here is one of these hosts.
2–3%: Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Amazon Web Services is part of Amazon.com, an online retailer.
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You might not care in which nations your hosting provider has its servers. But if you do, Amazon Web Services said it has its Internet connections in the United States. That’s according to its website, as accessed . More locations are possible; if you’re concerned, ask Amazon Web Services.
The Amazon Web Services and AWS link URLs were as accessed .