DAILYHOSTNEWS, October 15, 2011 – Bluehost announced yesterday the launch of its next-generation reseller hosting platform, Bluehost Reseller Web Hosting. This platform is available in 3 different packages, Sky Blue, Electric Blue, and True Blue. This will allow clients to choose the plan that serves them best. The reseller plans are available to everyone starting at $19.95/month.
Over the past couple of years, Bluehost has managed to curb the complex problem of managing resources in a shared hosting environment by creating exclusive CPU and Bandwidth management technology. The technology, which was initially deployed on Bluehost servers, will now be made available to its customers. This will enable both resellers and customers fix and prevent downtime due to Bandwidth Exceeded and CPU Quota Exceeded errors by setting resource usage thresholds for each user.
The Bluehost Reseller Hosting will enable clients have a customized version of cPanel – an industry leader for automated point-and-click website administration. In addition, clients will be presented with a flexible administration panel, giving them control of WHM, cPanel, Billing Information and support for WHM clients; WHM is software that allows one to create and manage customer accounts, cPanel logins and resource limits.
The Reseller Hosting packages will also feature unlimited email accounts and aliases, free spam protection, a free webmail interface, free auto-responders, and free email forwarding.
All the three of Bluehost’s Reseller Hosting packages will include unlimited domains, subdomains, cPanel licenses, MySQL databases, and FTP accounts. Bluehost also provides a free billing system, free spam protection, a free website builder and support for multiple languages. This comes without any hidden charges thus enabling customers to have a reliable, hassle-free and straightforward experience.
Bluehost is a U.S.-based company that specializes in shared hosting services and reseller hosting. The company also owns and operates its own data center, domain registrar and nationwide fiber network.