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Apr 11, 2020

Memory upgrade for the Startup VPS plan

Our entry single-site VPS plan has received a memory upgrade - now it offers 6 GB of RAM instead of 4 GB. This upgrade has already been completed for all Startup plans in all three data centers, and both existing and new customers will be able to take advantage of the increased memory resources. The upgrade does not affect the plan's price in any way.

You can find more information about our single-site VPS solutions here:

Single Site Managed VPS hosting

Mar 26, 2020

Increased CPU resources for VPS plans

To help our VPS plans deal even better with the significantly increased traffic these days, we added more CPU power to our SmartVPS (+1 CPU core), SmartVPS Pro (+2 CPU cores), First Class (+2 CPU cores), and Ultimate (+2 CPU cores) VPS plans.

You can check our VPS hosting pages for more information about the resources and features you get when you purchase a VPS from ICDSoft:

Managed VPS Hosting

Managed Single-Site SSD VPS

Jul 6, 2019

WebP support added to all PHP 7 versions

Due to increasing interest from our users, we added support for the WebP image format to all PHP 7 versions we currently maintain - PHP 7.1, PHP 7.2, and PHP 7.3.

Users can easily change the PHP version for their accounts via the hosting Control Panel > PHP Settings > Default PHP Interpreter.

Jun 17, 2019

New PHP version available on all servers - PHP 7.3

We are glad to inform you that PHP version 7.3 has been installed on all servers. All new hosting accounts are automatically configured to use it by default. Existing accounts can be switched to use the new PHP version via the hosting Control Panel > PHP Settings > Default PHP interpreter.

As with any new version, PHP 7.3 is expected to bring speed and stability improvements over previous PHP versions.

Jun 1, 2019

New compression module available on all servers: mod_brotli

We are pleased to announce that we enabled the mod_brotli compression module for Apache on all our servers.

It is an alternative to the mod_deflate module that is already available on our servers, but it should provide better compression.

More information about the mod_brotli module is available here:

https://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/mod/mod_brotli.html