Nexcess Introduces Global Optimized Magento Reseller Hosting

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Nexcess, a provider of performance enhanced Magento eCommerce hosting and a Magento Platinum Hosting Partner, has announced the introduction of a new range of PCI-compliant Magento reseller hosting plans to its global hosting platform.

The new SIP MR Magento reseller hosting platform would include everything resellers and agencies need to offer fast hosting. Based on the company’s optimized Dual Quad Core E5620 Intel Xeon systems with 24 GB of RAM, reseller hosting plans include 35 GB of disk space in a RAID 10 array, 200 GB per month of bandwidth, and Memcached caching. Each reseller account can create an unlimited number of stores.

magento-hosting-nexcessAll Nexcess SIP servers are optimized to yield the best Magento performance. Optimizations are applied to the network, server, database, OS, file system, web server, and Magento application to ensure that eCommerce hosting clients are able to give customers a fast, responsive, and reliable experience.

Global Data Centers

Magento hosting resellers will be able to offer accounts from Nexcess facilities in the U.S., which include points of presence (PoPs) in Detroit, Michigan; San Jose, California at the heart of Silicon Valley; and Miami, which would have excellent connectivity to Central and South America.

For low-latency access to UK and European markets, the company’s UK facility near London would be a good option. And for optimized connectivity to the Asia Pacific region, hosting resellers can choose Nexcess’ Brisbane, Australia data center.

“We’ve seen a lot of demand from smaller hosting providers who want to leverage our optimized Magento platform for their European and Asia Pacific clients,” said Chris Wells, President and CEO of Nexcess. “Our new global reseller platform allows agencies, designers, and other hosting providers to leverage our infrastructure to provide low-latency eCommerce experiences to all the most important international eCommerce markets.”