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    Germany Datacenter who can offer 10gbit bandwidth for less than 10k

    I am looking for a Germany datacenter who can offer 10gbit unmetered for less than 10,000EUR. They must also have good peering with AMSIX, SwissIX and DE-CIX.

    I am looking to switch from another provider so a move in discount for first month would be great but not required.

    I am not interested in LEASEWEB's Germany DC as I am already using them and I am having problems there.

    Any recommendations?

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    Are you looking for IP Transit, a single server, or colocation?

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    2-3 servers sharing the bandwidth.

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    Server specs? Desired location in Germany?

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    Dual quad with 12gb ram and 250gb hdd would do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chennaihomie View Post
    I am looking for a Germany datacenter who can offer 10gbit unmetered for less than 10,000EUR. They must also have good peering with AMSIX, SwissIX and DE-CIX.

    I am looking to switch from another provider so a move in discount for first month would be great but not required.

    I am not interested in LEASEWEB's Germany DC as I am already using them and I am having problems there.

    Any recommendations?
    Some things just not add up. You want a provider to increase his capacity by n x 10Gbps and want a month free? Ofc n will depend on a provider, but since you will be evaluating service based on that first month, you will expect that n to be as close to 1 as possible, and yet, you want it to be as cheap as possible?..

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    try core-backbone.de

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpou View Post
    Some things just not add up. You want a provider to increase his capacity by n x 10Gbps and want a month free? Ofc n will depend on a provider, but since you will be evaluating service based on that first month, you will expect that n to be as close to 1 as possible, and yet, you want it to be as cheap as possible?..
    Where did I mention i want 1 month free? I asked for move in discount 10-15% or similar depending upon the company policy. I don't want anything free.


    Quote Originally Posted by wonderlife View Post
    try core-backbone.de
    Thanks for the recommendation. I will contact them.
    Last edited by nix101; 02-13-2012 at 11:46 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chennaihomie View Post
    I am looking for a Germany datacenter who can offer 10gbit unmetered for less than 10,000EUR. They must also have good peering with AMSIX, SwissIX and DE-CIX.

    I am looking to switch from another provider so a move in discount for first month would be great but not required.

    I am not interested in LEASEWEB's Germany DC as I am already using them and I am having problems there.

    Any recommendations?
    That's a lot of bandwidth. Are you running file hosting or streaming site? How is LeaseWeb German DC?

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    Hello,

    You can try Mesh.eu.

    Dino Strzeminski
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    Quote Originally Posted by chasebug View Post
    That's a lot of bandwidth. Are you running file hosting or streaming site? How is LeaseWeb German DC?
    My client is doing video streaming. He own copyright to everything that he streams and can be verified if required.

    Leasweb's Germany DC looks perfect for me but they aren't flexible at all for my requirements.
    Last edited by nix101; 02-13-2012 at 12:34 PM.

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    Does it have to be Germany? Since you're asking for good peering to DECIX, AMSIX and Swiss-IX, Germany does not seem to be a mandatory choice of DC to me. Did you look in countries around?
    Dedicated Servers in Europe and Asia: http://www.server.lu
    SINGAPORE and LUXMBOURG Servers with IPMI
    Peering @ AMS-IX, DE-CIX, LINX, FRANCE-IX, EQUINIX SINGAPORE-PARIS-ASHBURN-CHICAGO-DALLAS-PALO ALTO-LOS ANGELES and LU-CIX

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    Quote Originally Posted by globichen View Post
    Does it have to be Germany? Since you're asking for good peering to DECIX, AMSIX and Swiss-IX, Germany does not seem to be a mandatory choice of DC to me. Did you look in countries around?
    Can you suggest some countries? How about some other countries around that area, such as Netherlands, France, or Austria?

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    If your users are mainly from Germany you also want a provider with DTAG upstream. Have a look at kgtnewmedia.de.

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    What about Switzerland?
    I know some good folks from Init7 who do a really great job in their country.
    Dedicated Servers in Europe and Asia: http://www.server.lu
    SINGAPORE and LUXMBOURG Servers with IPMI
    Peering @ AMS-IX, DE-CIX, LINX, FRANCE-IX, EQUINIX SINGAPORE-PARIS-ASHBURN-CHICAGO-DALLAS-PALO ALTO-LOS ANGELES and LU-CIX

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