Boasting almost 14 million posts, Ars Technica is one of the biggest and oldest technical forums still operating today. They use phpBB to power their forums and comment system.
The Raspberry Pi is a cheap, credit-card sized computer. The official website uses phpBB for their discussion forums.
Solia Online is one of the most active online communities with over 18 million posts. Solia Online allows you to create your own avatar, buy items, and discuss topics with your friends.
Zend Technologies is one of the largest and most popular companies producing a wide variety of tools and frameworks for PHP. Their community forums rely on phpBB.
Info-Mac is a community dating back to 1984 as a mailing list and was the first online community for Apple's Macintosh computer. All of their content was converted to phpBB in 2007.
Support for Synology NAS devices and ideas for future versions of the DiskStation software.