HostGator is a global provider of web hosting and related services.
Founded in a dorm room at Florida Atlantic University by Brent Oxley, HostGator has grown into a leading provider of Shared, Reseller, VPS, and Dedicated web hosting. HostGator is headquartered in Houston and Austin, Texas, with several international offices throughout the globe.
In a Florida dorm room, HostGator's founder Brent Oxley weighs the pros and cons of naming his company either hostgator.com or gatorhost.com, ultimately choosing the former and registering the domain on October 22, 2002.
Canada, being a much more fertile ground for System Admins than Boca Raton, resulted in the opening of HostGator's first international office. Oh, Canada!
Having outgrown the initial 2,000 square foot office space, and exhausted the local Boca Raton talent pool from which to hire employees, HostGator moved to a 25,000 square foot building in Houston, Texas. Forty of the fifty Florida employees made the move to Texas, where HostGator has remained ever since.
The HostGator blog published its first post, aptly titled "Welcome to Gator Crossing," on May 4th, 2007. "Gator Crossing" remains the official name of the blog to this day.
Expanding its International reach, HostGator opens another office in Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, being our first South of the equator office!
The first 100,000 customers were reached around the middle of 2008, with the second hundred thousand occurring in September of 2009.
On November 29th, 2011 at 9:21:23 CST, HostGator received our 5,000,000th LiveChat.
The HostGator blog published its first post, aptly titled "Welcome to HostGator India!," on Jan 23rd, 2012.
Expanding its International reach, HostGator opened offices in Mumbai and Bangalore.
Leveraging its Global reputation and expertise, HostGator has now become a true Host-In-India brand.
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