[aprssig] Looking for colocation site. Again.
fred at moses.bz
Wed Jan 15 19:01:28 CST 2014
Steve Contact me off list with what your peak Mbps is and I can help yea..
Fredric Moses - W8FSM - WQOG498
fred at moses.bz
On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 6:49 PM, Steve Dimse <steve at dimse.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the lead, I hadn’t run across them before. I sent them a quote
> request. I’ve been very disappointed in general by the changes in the
> industry. The big datacenters (and this seems like one) seem to have no
> interest in small accounts. Typically they have specials, with gotcha.
> Hurricane electric, for example, says they take single servers, but their
> smallest package is 7U and 100Gbps, with only 2 amps power for $200/month.
> If you go over 2 A, even for one second, they move you into a dedicated
> cabinet for $600. You have to agree to this is writing in advance. Not very
> customer friendly.
> So I’m really hoping for a small single datacenter company. I’ve had three
> over the 14 years of findU and been happy with all. Unfortunately the first
> two go out of the colo business and I had to move. But I’d rather take that
> risk than the risk of been upgraded to $600/mo because one of my fan
> bearings went bad and caused the server to draw a little extra power.
> Steve K4HG
> On Jan 15, 2014, at 6:19 PM, Charles Blackburn <ai4ri at cfl.rr.com> wrote:
> > Have you tried colo-crossing in NYC/Buffalo.
> > I work for a game hosting company and they have tons of the CC servers
> all over the usa. I don't deal with the prices, but giving them a call
> isn't gonna hurt your bottom-line :D
> > http://www.colocrossing.com - Tell them chris from n3 sent you.
> > charlie
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