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  1. #1
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    Atlanta, GA - Dedicated Server

    I run a game server company im looking for a good host in Atlanta, GA. Here are the specs im looking for....

    Dual AMD Opteron 2212(Dual-Core)
    4GB Of RAM
    2x 80GB 7200RPM SATAs
    1200GB-2000GB or 3-5mbps

    -OR-

    Dual Intel 5130 Woodcrest's(Dual-Core)
    4GB Of RAM
    2x 80GB 7200RPM SATAs
    1200GB-2000GB or 3-5mbps

    Im looking to pay between $350-$450 + a Setup fee depending on what it is.
    If you know of some hosts that have Dual Opteron 250s or 255s or Dual Xeon 3.0-3.2s let me know also im really looking for the quad core systems though.
    Must have a good network we are planning to host with servercentral with the Dual AMD Opteron 2212s in Chicago and Ashbun Virginia. And SoftLayer in Dallas, TX hit me up with any suggestions...

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    I don't know exactly.. however I suggest checking out GNAX.

    I know Myriad has a great network somewhere around there as well, check them.
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    Check out GNAX's brand "Netdepot" they have dual dual-core 5130's and they are definately within your budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WireSix
    Check out GNAX's brand "Netdepot" they have dual dual-core 5130's and they are definately within your budget.
    Yup - that should work perfect.

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    Agreed with the above two posts. You won't go wrong with NetDepot. Ask them about their buydowns as well. Pay a setup fee and save on monthly.
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    I am not sure if they have any, but you can contact Chris at cyberwurx.com to ask. Other might be quickpacket and idologic. All they're located within CyberWurx IDC

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    Quote Originally Posted by gate2vn
    I am not sure if they have any, but you can contact Chris at cyberwurx.com to ask. Other might be quickpacket and idologic. All they're located within CyberWurx IDC

    Based upon the fact that he wants gaming GNAX's network is probably a better bet given the carriers available and the fact that it is route science optimized

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    Quote Originally Posted by WireSix
    GNAX's network is probably a better bet given the carriers available
    CyberWurx's network has Telia, Savvis, PCCW Global, UNS (Global Crossing and Sprint), Atlanta IX, and private peering.

    GNAX appears to have Telia, Savvis, PCCW Global, Global Crossing, and Atlanta IX.

    The network providers are nearly identical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WireSix
    Based upon the fact that he wants gaming GNAX's network is probably a better bet given the carriers available and the fact that it is route science optimized
    I know you're located within GNAX, and I do agree with you that GNAX is a good provider, but saying GNAX is better than CyberWurx, meanwhile you dont have any experience with CyberWurx... hmm... I dont think it's a good enough conclusion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by qps
    CyberWurx's network has Telia, Savvis, PCCW Global, UNS (Global Crossing and Sprint), Atlanta IX, and private peering.

    GNAX appears to have Telia, Savvis, PCCW Global, Global Crossing, and Atlanta IX.

    The network providers are nearly identical.
    there is a big difference though in route selection and how the networks are utilized.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sailor
    there is a big difference though in route selection and how the networks are utilized.
    I can attest to this - GNAX' routing has been excellent (and I have really high standards) as of late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gate2vn
    I know you're located within GNAX, and I do agree with you that GNAX is a good provider, but saying GNAX is better than CyberWurx, meanwhile you dont have any experience with CyberWurx... hmm... I dont think it's a good enough conclusion!

    You guys pull this "no experience" every time I make a post.

    Get over it.

    Cyberwurx is too small, they can't handle our space requirements, they don't have the infrastructure we require.

    Before making the choice to take on the space we have with gnax we toured all of the major providers in Atlanta. GNAX was the only place that had everything we were looking for as well as the ability to accomidate our growth over time.

    Please tell me where Cyberwurx can give us 5,000sqft of raw space for a private suite, provide both bat/gen backed power and gen only power, and chilled water delivery.

    If they can provide that (which they can't) I would happily reconsider them. My experience of goign through the sales process and finding out they don't meet our needs is experience enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WireSix
    You guys pull this "no experience" every time I make a post.

    Get over it.

    Cyberwurx is too small, they can't handle our space requirements, they don't have the infrastructure we require.

    Before making the choice to take on the space we have with gnax we toured all of the major providers in Atlanta. GNAX was the only place that had everything we were looking for as well as the ability to accomidate our growth over time.

    Please tell me where Cyberwurx can give us 5,000sqft of raw space for a private suite, provide both bat/gen backed power and gen only power, and chilled water delivery.

    If they can provide that (which they can't) I would happily reconsider them. My experience of goign through the sales process and finding out they don't meet our needs is experience enough.
    The problem is not every thread is about you. You're welcome to open a thread about your 5000 sq. ft., but in threads of people who are looking for one server, or one rack, or even multiple servers/racks, CyberWurx is definitely a viable option despite your repeated assertions to the contrary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by qps
    The problem is not every thread is about you. You're welcome to open a thread about your 5000 sq. ft., but in threads of people who are looking for one server, or one rack, or even multiple servers/racks, CyberWurx is definitely a viable option despite your repeated assertions to the contrary.
    I never said it wasn't a viable option, I simply stated I believe for gaming GNAX's network to be superior.

    I don't have to own a server at cyberwurx to have that opinion.

    Obviously you believe it to be the better solution which is why you have equipment there.

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