According to Netcraft’s research, both INetU and Secure Dog were
faultless during January and did not have any failed requests. For INetU, it was
the second month of having no failed requests.
Netcraft said INetU was ranked ahead of Secure Dog because the
average connection time from Netcraft’s five performance measurement points to
the INetU Web site was faster than Secure Dog.
Pair Networks, Jumpline and Cable & Wireless were the third to
fifth most reliable sites according to Netcraft’s data while Yahoo, Datapipe,
iPowerweb, myhosting.com and Energis rounded out the top ten.
Netcraft said the three top sites were all running BSD operating
Netcraft also published its top ten list of fastest growing
hosting providers for the period December 3 to January 4. 1&1 and Go Daddy
topped the list adding 173,365 and 165,497 hostnames respectively. EV1Servers
followed with 84,567 hostnames. Rounding out the list were, in order, Global
Media Online, Strato AG, FASTNET, eNom, Host Europe, The Planet and Aurba.
FASTNET’s increase of 49,118 hostnames represented the largest percentage gain
(240.3 percent) of the companies in the top ten.
American companies occupied half of the top 10, Europe took four
spots and Asia one.