When it comes to web hosting, many people only have some basic considerations to fulfil whatever that is necessary to host a website. These include the specifications on the web hosting service, be it a shared hosting, virtual private server or dedicated server. The other factor that would determine their choice of hosting would be the price. While these two factors are equally important for choosing a suitable hosting service, other aspects that would truly make a difference to your website include knowing if your web host service is part of any Internet exchange points.
In total there are more than 14 Internet service providers that are signed up under the Malaysia Internet exchange point to this time. Before this, most Internet access service providers would similarly face issues in competitively priced broadband service to meet demands of customers. These Internet service providers would route their local IP traffic to other countries, such as United Stated, Singapore and Hong Kong, who were offering better quality traffic management.
Today almost every country has at least one local Internet exchange point. In Malaysia it is fortunate enough that there’s one that doesn’t rely on other country. To some people, this seems insignificant, but to the country, it has successfully helped to save millions of dollars worth of Internet traffic access if it is to depend on the Internet exchange point of another country.
Hence any websites that are hosted under the web hosting providers that shares the same datacenter and facility as the Malaysia Internet exchange point would be beneficial and supported by multiple ISP. This becomes more reliable when it comes to redundancy of connectivity. Having alternative of multiple Internet service provider would definitely mean more reliability and uptime consistency for web hosting.
Webserver.com.my is hosted in a datacenter located at the central hub of Kuala Lumpur where business is at peak. It is also where the Malaysia internet exchange takes place.