cloud website hosting comparison for the top providers in Montreal, Quebec Canada
We gathered the leading cloud website hosting providers to compare the services and break down the pros and cons of each provider.
The goal is to compare the top providers and show the primary difference in each service. We will update this page with as much information as possible and give you an in-depth analysis of each feature.
|Features||eBox||WHC||BlueBird||Zenith Media Canada|
|CPU||Unknown||2 CPU||200%||1 CPU|
|Ram||Unknown||2 GB||3 GB||2 GB|
|Bandwidth||2 GB / 2.25$ per extra GB||Unlimited||90 GB||1 GB / 0.777 per extra GB|
|Disk Space||150 MB||25 GB||12 GB||1 GB / 0.555 per extra GB|
|Price||9.95$ per month||34.99$ per month||44.97$ quarterly||9.94$ per month|
|Pros||Reputable name in the industry||Unlimited bandwidth||Large bandwidth allowance||No limit, pay per usage|
|Cons||Tiny disk space and minimal features||Bandwidth|
based on “fair” usage
|Only allows 40 people on your site at any one time||Included bandwidth and disk space|
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This data was compiled on February 25th, 2020, for the hosting comparison table above, it compares all base packages from each provider. We try to be as fair as possible and matched each product or service as carefully as possible.
Hosting comparison definitions
CPU is the raw calculable power of a server; it’s generally used with PHP like WordPress websites and applications that require CPU cycles for calculations. Generally, high traffic sites require more CPU.
RAM is the memory an application needs to store its temporary data; applications use RAM to store variables that are inputed from the user and quickly stored into a database. It allows multiple scripts, plugins and processes to run at one time.
Bandwidth is the speed or amount of data you can send to each user. In general, most servers have a minimum of 100Mbps and can offer more. All our servers have a minimum of 100Mbps.
Disk space is the physical storage of data. A website has data for it’s template, images and downloadable resources. Your email is generally stored in the same account and consumes disk space.