Web Hosting by pair Networks

Founded in 1995, pair Networks, Inc. is one of the oldest and most experienced Web hosts.

We offer a full range of fast, powerful, and reliable Web hosting services, ranging from shared hosting to virtual private servers to customized dedicated server solutions, all featuring our famous 24x7 on-site customer support.

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Fully Managed and On-Site

All of our services are fully managed (excepting pairCloud) by our on-site engineering team, who are literally in Pittsburgh, right next to the servers, around the clock. Whenever you need us, we are ready to help you.

New Services for WordPress

We set out to create the best possible Web hosting solution for WordPress, and our WP Enthusiast and WP Professional offerings are the result. We use these services to host sites of our own, such as our Knowledge Base and the pair Blog.

Refreshed Server Specs

We have recently updated specifications on our Virtual Private Servers and QuickServe® Dedicated Servers to ensure they provide superior, powerful Web hosting.

Domain Name Registration

pair Networks, Inc. operates as an ICANN-accredited domain registrar under the brand name "pairNIC".
pairNIC offers smart, secure domain registrations without hidden fees or additional charges for most features.

Customer Spotlight: Fred Rogers Foundation

"The mission of a television production company has changed since 1970," says Jack Rowley, New Media Developer at The Fred Rogers Company. "They want games, they want apps, a parent site, a teacher site. We have something like 40 million streams for an average 'Daniel' video."

As the hosting partner of The Fred Rogers Company, pair Networks answers this unique demand. Our servers maintain and distribute educational content on a daily basis around the world.

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