Veber was originally formed in 1999 as Veber Limited by founders Tim Poultney and James Robinson. In the early days the company focused on B2B computer solutions delivery but soon recognised an opportunity for the creation of customised network computer solutions. By 2000 the advent of Microsoft Windows Server 2000 allowed the company to offer dedicated Microsoft Windows servers to business users who needed a web presence.
In 2004 Veber Ltd merged with its then supplier of colocation space and internet feeds, PO Box Ltd forming PO Box Hosting Ltd - a Dedicated B2B Server and Colocation provider. In 2006 PO Box Hosting launched its Cloud Hosting service, then known as 'PayGo'. PayGo was one of the first of its kind and has grown into the powerful cloud hosting environment that Veber offers today.
In 2011 Veber adapted its focus to helping Businesses onto the cloud by launching a refreshed product offering and a renewed dedication to providing excellent customer service through The Veber Promise.
Veber has been in the hosting business for 9 years - much longer than most of our competitors. We’re proud of our history and our success is due to our passion for customer service, the power and reliability of our offerings and our focus on using the best and latest technology.
In September 2020 Veber Ltd was acquired by Acora Ltd. Acora is a UK-based, award-winning, IT services and technology company to mid-market organisations. More than 300 clients trust Acora to take responsibility for part, or all of their IT from solution design to proactive support.
Veber customers can now benefit from the wider portfolio of services and capability Acora can offer. Find out more about Acora >>