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 the niche for the creation of customised network computer solutions. By 2000 the advent of Microsoft Windows Server 2000 allowed the company to extend its reach into the arena of delivering dedicated Microsoft Windows servers to business users that required a web presence.

In 2004 Veber Ltd merged with its then supplier of colocation space and internet feeds, POBox Ltd. The merger gave way for POBox Hosting Ltd to be formed as a B2B Dedicated Server and Colocation provider. In 2006 POBox 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. Thus Veber's fundamental product base was born.

In 2011, after taking stock of the B2B offering and future plans for growth, rebranding and restructuring developments took place to enable the business to work more effectively. The Veber brand in its current guise was relaunched alongside an updated website, a refreshed product offering and a renewed dedication to providing excellent customer service through The Veber Promise.

Veber's speciality is providing unique hosting solutions for unique businesses. All our hosting solutions are designed to meet the customers' needs to ensure suitability, reliability and value for money. And, Veber's core group of employees continues to be a select and dedicated team of experts who will know you, your business and your hosting solution.

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