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Community News: TheStack Launches New VPS Control Panel and 5 New Locations

Tags: , , , Date/Time: July 12, 2020 @ 3:00 am, by Jon Biloh

As part of LowEndBox’s new “interesting news” series we are publishing, we recently received a submission from @StackNetwork on LowEndTalk. We found their news submission interesting because it includes a new in-house control panel software for their VPS platform, which puts them in a unique position of not simply using SolusVM like so many of their competitors in the industry. Hopefully they continue to develop their in-house system, as doing so will continue to help them stand out in the marketplace. 

TheStack was last featured on LowEndBox in April 2020 with a 4GB KVM offer based in Los Angeles

Here is the announcement we received from them:

Just released: New VPS Control Panel System Enters Production

We’ve worked out a new VPS system with some nice features, such as:

  • Power On/Power Off/Reboot VMs
  • Real-time CPU/Disk/Network graphs
  • HTML5 VNC Console
  • Reset VM password within 1 click without reboot
  • Reload OS from many templates, in a blazing fast speed, and Ubuntu 20.04 LTS has been supported once it’s released
  • Snapshots & Backups
  • Firewall policies

Check out a picture of TheStack’s new VPS Control Panel:

TheStack also wanted to share that they’ve recently launched 5 New Locations for VPS

  • San Jose, CA
  • Chicago, IL
  • New York City
  • Amsterdam, NL
  • Frankfurt, DE”

For those interested to learn more about TheStack, check out their website by clicking the banner below:

We are always looking for interesting community news!

Are you a hosting provider, VPN provider, or similar with interesting industry news? We’d like to hear from you. You can do so easily, either by sending us a message directly on LowEndTalk or by submitting a ticket on our helpdesk.

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