(Gawkwire.com) – Top Hosting Center today unleashed Cloud CPanel Shared Hosting, a cloud hosting plan aimed for web enthusiasts, bloggers, and online marketers, which features the industry-tested CPanel control panel solution to manage cloud hosting.
“This is especially exciting news for people who are looking for cloud hosting plans that use CPanel,” said Eric Vanier, the CEO of Top Hosting Center. “CPanel offers the fastest and most reliable way to manage web hosting. When you couple that with any of our affordable plans, you’ll get the best of both worlds: easy web management and fast cloud hosting.”
CPanel has been well known in the web hosting industry to offer a friendlier graphical user interface and automation tools to simply the process of hosting a website.
Top Hosting Center’s Cloud CPanel Shared Hosting will include rich CPanel add-ons such as Fantastico, where owners can install popular web applications such as WordPress, SMF, phpBB, and many more, in just few clicks. Its front end also offers easy access to most common hosting operations such as setting up mails, FTP accounts, mailing lists, and crontab tasks.
In addition to the new control panel, Top Hosting Center Cloud CPanel Shared takes pride of its outstanding cloud hosting performance. New customers who will sign up for Cloud CPanel Shared will benefit the free R1Soft Data Protection which is bundled to every cloud hosting plan, free website transfer and installation, 24×7 expert cloud hosting support, free domain registration or domain transfer, among others.
Cloud CPanel Shared Hosting is the newest addition to Top Hosting Center’s rich array of cloud hosting products, which were initially launched last February. Top Hosting Center has been traditionally using and continues to offer H-Sphere control panel for its web hosting plans, but the company has recognized that some people prefer the familiarity of CPanel.
“Our customers’ consistent demand to have an easier way to manage their cloud hosting convinced us to offer CPanel,” said Vanier. “And today we’re glad to announce that their requests have been heard.”