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  1. #1

    Good west coast dedicated servers?

    im looking for a good low ping west coast server for hosting game servers, any ideas?

    i know about , any others?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2003
    Newport Beach, CA
    try They are opening a new datacenter and have really turned around there operations are top notch.
    Best Wishes,

    Blake L. Smith - [email protected], Inc. - Wholesale Tier1 Bandwidth!

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Sep 2002
    I'd highly recommend staminus. The owner, Matt is really good, honest guy to work with.
    Devon Dunham (Owner, Sharpnet/DDoS Host)
    Advanced DDoS Mitigation and Server Management Solutions

    Protecting your online infrastructure.

    Est. 1998.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Mar 2003
    Charlotte, NC
    Check out - They have some good deals on managed servers, and they have a much better network than I can't even find when their datacenter's network last had any issues at all . They're located in San Jose, California.


  5. #5
    Join Date
    Sep 2002
    Orange County, CA

    * Calpop - Caveat Emptor!

    Stay far, far away from Calpop. They are the worst provider in L.A.

    This company has a VERY long history of extremely poor service, misrepresentation (lies), and allowing spam and other abusive activities.

    You can do a search on these forums for more information. You can also search the NANOG archives. There's also considerable negative info on them in the isp-bandwidth and isp-colo list archives. Check google as well.

    I don't see how this provider has suddenly "turned around" anything. Looks like the same BS info on their site. They are still showing a map to SAVVIS's network - which they claim as their own. They also list completely false information claiming connectivity to GBLX, L3, XO, PAIX, and Equinix. The truth is that this company has only one uplink to Yipes (cheap Yipes, Wiltel). They had a link to Level 3 but that was pulled by L3 because of abuse complaints.

    The owner of this company has been promising/boasting about New datacenters, routers, bandwidth, etc, for years. Very little of it ever seems to materialize.

    It amazes me that this company manages to survive. My only guess is that P.T. Barnum was right!

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