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About Us

About Us

We at CleoHost provide high-quality Internet hosting solutions to small and medium-sized businesses, government agencies, prominent individuals and non-profit organizations worldwide. We have been in Web Business Solutions since 2003. In 2012 we commence providing Web Hosting where our brand “CleoHost” was created.

With the goal to become the world’s most trusted and experienced hosting company, we deliver superior service to clients through its cost-effective, high-value service model. CleoHost’s core portfolio comprises of web technology and business hosting services, as well as web development services.


Just like you, we like to put a name and face to any company we’re dealing with rather than talking to a corporate machine. CleoHost is run by a variety of people, from our CEO Matt Thomas to our Head – Customer Relations Alan Smith; both web hosting experts. You can find us on live chat most days, so if you have any questions – or just want to say hi – he’ll be more than happy to help.

Our Datacenters

Our servers are based in datacenters located within Los Angeles, CA, USA. A fully switched Point-To-Point 100Mb/s network connects each individual server to the Internet through a series of switches and monitoring devices, ensuring optimum uptime and data integrity at all times.


The data centre building is constantly monitored inside and out by CCTV and has a fully armed alarm, with sensors on every door and in every room, making an intrusion near impossible. Only authorised personnel are allowed into the actual server rooms for additional security.

Climate Control

Each server room is fully air-conditioned and constantly monitored by special thermometers to ensure a constant optimum operating temperature of 17-21°C. This is complemented by a series of fans around each room that ensures an equal distribution of the cold air.

Power Supply

The power supply is fully backed up with UPS devices and a fully automatic generator system enabling unlimited hours of power supply in the event of a power cut.


Connectivity is based around a multi-homing BGP4 configuration. Using three separate backbone connections, the servers remain connected even in the event of one of the lines becoming faulty. This is complemented by a series of core routers and distribution routers that filter traffic, ensuring the network is free of unused packets that slow the connectivity. Cisco 7200 Series Routers are used for core routing, and a number of 3600 series routers for broader routing and aggregation.