Web Host 34SP Launches Managed WordPress Hosting Plan Geared Towards UK Users
7 April 2016
Web host 34SP.com (34SP) has launched a managed WordPress hosting plan that is “geared towards UK users”. 34SP, which has headquarters in Manchester, United Kingdom, was established in 2003. The company provides a range of web hosting and related services, each underpinned by ongoing technical and customer service support. Its services include VPS hosting and dedicated server options alongside registration services for UK domain names. It specialises in WordPress hosting and 34SP’s new managed WordPress option combines “speed and security with unmatched value”.
34SP’s new plan allows users to create up to 3 WordPress sites and offers a number of features including staging and cloning tools. Sites are built within a “2GB RAM, 4 CPU container optimised specifically for WordPress”, meaning users benefit from fast page loading times and enhanced reliability. The plan also offers a robust level of security. Current WordPress users can migrate WordPress sites to 34SP with migrations managed by the company’s WordPress experts. The plan is available at just £14.95 (roughly $21) per month with a genuine 30-day money back guarantee.
“The new WordPress Platform has been designed as isolated containers, allowing 34SP.com the use of specialist technologies to improve performance and security,” explained 34SP’s Tim Nash. “At the heart of the stack is CentOS 7 with Nginx, MariaDB, Memcached and PHP-FPM, with specialist caching solutions in the form of Nginx FastCGI cache and application caching with Memcached.”
The new plan will be officially launched at WordCamp London 2016 which takes place 8-10 April 2016 at the London Metropolitan University. WordCamp London gives the WordPress community the opportunity to meet and share expertise and is one of Europe’s leading WordPress events. This will be the third year it has taken place and it attracts "anybody who uses, builds or simply has an interest in WordPress” including bloggers, developers and end-users.
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