LiteSpeed Web Server

All the features you love from regular Apache-based hosting, but without all the drawbacks; supercharged and tightly integrated, delivering supreme performance for your websites.

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Lightspeed with LiteSpeed

Fully Apache Compatible

LiteSpeed Web Server is compatible with commonly used Apache features, including mod_rewrite, .htaccess, and mod_security. Unlike other frontend proxy-based such as NGNIX, LiteSpeed replaces all Apache functions, simplifying use and making the transition from Apache smooth and easy.

Faster PHP

A completely redeveloped specialised PHP interface means huge performance gains in simply moving your existing code to LiteSpeed.

Increase Server Security

LiteSpeed Web Server is mod_security compatible and has a host of built-in anti-DDoS features. We work constantly to address the Internet's newest security issues — such as SSL BEAST attacks — and release security updates as soon as new attack methods become known.

Increase website profit and customer satisfaction

Increased efficiency and performance, lowered hosting and support costs — all of this means increased profit for you. Your own customers benefit from quicker page loading times and you will increase sales as a result.

Native App Awareness

Popular platforms such as WordPress and Magento integrate closely with LiteSpeed to provide in-server caching, reducing the TTFB/TTLB into low double-digit milliseconds.

Faster than Apache

LiteSpeed Web Server can serve thousands of clients concurrently and with up to 16 times faster delivery means an all-round more engaging experience for your website visitors and customers.

  1. PHP Hello World Benchmark
  2. Small Static File Benchmark
    • LiteSpeed 4.2
    • nginx 1.4
    • Apache 2.2
    • x10 Faster
    • x3.65
    • x2
    • 1,000
    • 2,000
    • 3,000
    • 4,000
    • 5,000
    • 6,000
    requests/sec (Average)
    • LiteSpeed 4.2
    • nginx 1.4
    • Apache 2.2
    • x10 Faster
    • x3.65
    • x2
    • 10,000
    • 20,000
    • 30,000
    • 40,000
    requests/sec (Average)