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    East Coast DC's

    Anyone have a list of the lesser expensive East Coast, USA Data Centers or can recommend some? In need of /24's and servers with valid business justifications that can support the purchases. Let me know.

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    nyi.net
    peak10.com
    netriplex.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by praveenkv1988 View Post
    nyi.net
    peak10.com
    netriplex.com
    Okay thank you I will look into this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonBiloh View Post
    Can't go wrong by looking at Voxel.net
    Agreed. , Voxel is absolutely brilliant. I've found their network little bit more finely tuned compared to NYI

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    Could look at AMC at 121 Varick, Natcoweb at Equinix NY7, Interserver in their own place, a few others I'm unable to mention because of past relationships..
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    Recommend Netriplex (or uberbandwidth.com which is the same company) - Great support and uber prices

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    Quote Originally Posted by praveenkv1988 View Post
    nyi.net
    peak10.com
    netriplex.com
    Vote for peak10 here, we use them for our noc and primary site/email/resources.

    AWESOME overall company and policy's. Pricing isn't incredible but when you see what all they offer its damn worth it.
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    Do you prefer Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, or Southeast? Can you justify the /24's? Might help when it comes to recommending a provider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hesser View Post
    I would be interested in finding out what cost will be for that /24. From what I have heard that ARIN has run out and allocation are few and far between. Please let us know what price you get for that /24
    yeah, anything over a /29 or a /28 really starts to require a lot of justification.

    Those networks that are responsible will be fine, the ones who give out their resources like water are the ones that are going to be hurting and disappointing customers when they start terminating accounts to reclaim resources.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hesser View Post
    From what I have heard that ARIN has run out and allocation are few and far between.
    IANA, not ARIN. IPs for end-users are still available. That being said, prepare to justify.

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    most colos shy away from that many IPs...immediate red flag
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    I'll second Dougy's Interserver suggestion. They have competitive pricing and we've experienced good support and reliability from them.

    Agree with the other posters though... that many IPs could be an issue for you anywhere.

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    check out dedicatednow.com in NJ, they have some deals in "Colo Hosting Offers" section of the forums.

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