Managed Hosting Company Nexcess Introduces Optimized vBulletin Web Hosting

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Nexcess, a Southfield, Michigan-based managed hosting company founded in 2000, has announced the introduction of a new range of high-performance vBulletin web hosting plans. Nexcess’s vBulletin hosting plans include shared hosting, dedicated server hosting, and clustered vBulletin hosting capable of supporting the largest vBulletin forums.

vbulletin-web-hostingvBulletin is a flexible platform for the creation of rich online communities with unlimited forums, personal profiles, and blogs. 

Key features of Nexcess’ vBulletin managed hosting plans would include:

  • SEO-friendly organization with configurable meta tags.
  • Unlimited forums, including private forums.
  • A wide range of post formatting features, including preview-safe image attachments, BBCode and HTML support, and polls.
  • Comprehensive user-management with unlimited roles and granular permissions and privileges.
  • A template engine for building uniquely branded forums.

“We don’t believe in one-size-fits-all web hosting and we think long and hard about how to build a hosting environment that best complements the apps we choose,” said Chris Wells, President and CEO of Nexcess. “vBulletin was a logical choice to include in our lineup because of its popularity, its proven track-record, and its flexibility, which allows for the creation of forums and communities that suit many different use-cases.”

Nexcess is a global managed hosting provider with facilities on three continents, including points of presence (PoPs) in the U.S., Europe, and Australia.