In Nepal, the Nepalese web hosting market has been largely dominated by a few large players, such as Cloudflare and Google Cloud.
But a handful of smaller and independent players have started to offer a more competitive service, including Kudu WebHost, an online platform that’s providing the most reliable and secure web hosting in Nepal.
Kudu was founded by two former Google employees in 2009, and since then it has expanded into several other countries including India, Singapore, and South Korea.
With over 1.5 million users and over 20 million websites hosted on the site, it has quickly become one of the leading hosting providers in Nepal, and offers both a web hosting service and cloud hosting options.
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We asked Kududu why they chose to build the platform in Nepal and they told us that the country’s growing Internet infrastructure, combined with the relatively low cost of hosting a web site made it a good fit for their service.
“We’re a company with a lot of experience and expertise in web hosting, and we felt it was a good opportunity to expand our footprint in Nepal,” said Murali Pandey, the CEO of Kuduzan.
KudoWebHost offers two levels of service: the Basic service for home use, and the Advanced service for business and professional use.
The Basic service is the most basic option, and includes basic web hosting for users who can’t afford to pay for high-end hosting.
Kuduxan offers a more advanced option, which offers a variety of web hosting options, such to Cloudflares, which has over 1,000,000 servers available for free to any user.
With more and more Nepalans migrating to a cloud based service, it’s hard to imagine any other web hosting provider offering a similar service, but that’s exactly what Kuduk is offering.
KudoWebhost is offering the Basic version for free, which is a great deal considering the amount of money that goes into hosting a site on Kudui.
The Advanced tier includes advanced services like high-speed DNS, high-availability and high availability on demand, cloud backups, and more.
If you’re looking for an affordable and secure alternative to a hosting service, then Kuduki is a good choice.
“It’s one of those cloud hosting providers where you can get access to their servers without any technical skills and without worrying about the internet connection being down or anything,” said Pandey.
We also talked with Kudulan, the only other cloud hosting provider that offers a basic tier.
While it’s still a small provider with only 1,500 servers, Kudunan offers the advanced tier, which costs around $3,000 per month.
“We were able to provide our users with the best service and support, and they are loyal customers.
It’s a great service and a great platform for Nepalans to have,” said Ramesh Kumar, the Managing Director of Kudo WebHost.
We also spoke to a Kuduvu webhoster who told us, “My experience with Kudo has been extremely good.
They have an amazing team and we were able with the free plan to offer our users more than what we offer with our regular hosting plans.”
We also asked Pandey about their upcoming project, which will enable Nepali users to register their websites using their online registration system.
“The website registration will be a simple process and the registration process will be free of charge,” he said.
“This will help the Nepali population to register websites.”
Kudun and Kudum are both located in Kathudu, the capital of Nepal, so we’re guessing that the hosting of their website will take place at the Nepalis local office.
“With our customers’ feedback, we will definitely look into setting up a Nepali office for the Kudutu service,” said Kuduyu.