Fast and Secure Web Hosting

Our cPanel hosting environment is built on an enterprise hardware and VMware virtualisation with a feature rich platform

Shared cPanel Hosting

About our cPanel hosting

Start-up (Basic) Hosting
Perfect for personal blogs or small business with 2GB storage, 10GB monthly bandwidth, unlimited email, and a free SSL certificate.
Intermediate Hosting
For small business needing a little extra space with 6GB storage, 10GB monthly bandwidth, unlimited email, and free SSL certificate.
Professional Hosting
For small to medium businesses with 10GB storage, 15GB monthly bandwidth, unlimited email, and free SSL certificate.

Powered by VMware
If your website files are hosted on a single machine they are at higher risk of failure, if one server fails so does your website. To avoid this issue our infrastructure has inbuilt redundancy.

All our cPanel servers are managed by VMware virtualisation, that dynamically manages each machine and protects it from server failure. Our Australian cPanel web hosting is securely housed in Global Switch in Sydney, the largest data centre in the Southern Hemisphere.

The user friendly cPanel web interface offers multiple features and a sleek control panel for clients to manage their web hosting, email, zone records, FTP, databases and much more. It’s the perfect solution for clients who want easy management of their website.

Assorted packages, custom built
Whether you’re small, medium or big business, we have a hosting package to suit you.  We can also custom build a package that expressly meets your needs.

Reliable hosting infrastructure
As our virtual servers are built on our advanced cPanel hosting infrastructure, any website traffic spikes will have minimal impact on your business.

One-click installs
With SimpleScripts available on all cPanel web hosting, installing applications such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and more — is as easy as a click of the mouse.

You can access your emails anywhere from any device with webmail, an email application that is built into the cPanel interface.