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  1. #1
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    Recommended providers and datacenters?

    I was talking with a friend, looking for quality providers with decent prices at this time.

    I am looking at:
    www.severbeach.com
    www.layeredtech.com
    http://www.bliksemhosting.com/

    any suggestions? Management is not necessary as I will be using a third party for that.

    Thanks,
    Travis
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  2. #2
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    You might want to give a little more detail like price and requirements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by music
    You might want to give a little more detail like price and requirements.
    Price doesn't really matter as long as it's under $300.

    I'm looking for dual hard drives and dual core if possible, something reasonable. 2gb of ram or more if possible.
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    "Quality" is in the eyes of the end-user. I can tell you that every popular host on this forum should be able to meet your price point. Check the Offers section and start searching for reports about some of these companies. Personally, I'm a big believer in the Search feature of this forum. Good luck!

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    I personally think that too many people get the wrong idea that better hardware means better connection.... Distance is the primary concern.

    Where are your clients or the majority of people accessing this server? You need to place it as close to them as possible.

    As for providers, most usually would have purchased racks from a specific Data Center. So maybe you can take a look at where is their backbone located.
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    Quote Originally Posted by galacnet
    I personally think that too many people get the wrong idea that better hardware means better connection.... Distance is the primary concern.

    Where are your clients or the majority of people accessing this server? You need to place it as close to them as possible.

    As for providers, most usually would have purchased racks from a specific Data Center. So maybe you can take a look at where is their backbone located.
    My clients/those who access are all US, mainly east and west coast.

    Thanks,
    T
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    We will beat any web development or design quote

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