Starting in LiteSpeed Web Server 5.0, LiteSpeed is adding ESI support. Using ESI to increase cache usage allows you to supercharge web applications like Magento or WordPress. Read the rest of this entry »
The release of LiteSpeed Web Server 5.0 will be a major jump for HTTP servers, making new levels of functionality and performance available to many sites.
Here are the advances included in the first release candidate for LSWS 5.0: Read the rest of this entry »
Our newest case study shows how WiredTree uses LiteSpeed Web Server to save their users from having to upgrade their hardware. Read the rest of this entry »
LiteSpeed has just released a free addon for WHMCS that allows resellers to integrate WHMCS with their LiteSpeed account and LiteSpeed’s licensing system. This allows vendors to resell and keep track of LiteSpeed licenses more easily. Read the rest of this entry »
The XenForo community developers have released an addon for easy integration with LiteSpeed Cache. The addon helps LiteSpeed Cache cut resource consumption and increase XenForo performance. Read the rest of this entry »
Our second case study shows LiteSpeed Web Server greatly improving page speeds on a huge XenForo site. Read the rest of this entry »
Our first LiteSpeed Web Server case study shows LSWS cutting load on two high-traffic WordPress sites — from over 10 to under 1!
With the release of version 1.2.7, OpenLiteSpeed has become the first publicly-available web server to support SPDY/3.1. Read the rest of this entry »
LiteSpeed Web Server’s numerous PHP suEXEC options offer great flexibility. Our new documentation makes it easier to decide which is right for your shared hosting service. Read the rest of this entry »