I resell hosting, and have used Hostcentric for several years...but have been courted by a very persistent sales person at Data Centurion. I currently resell over 35 sites, and most are just simple brochure-ware type sites with very little traffic.
Does anyone have experience with Data Centurion or Hostcentric?
How important is having a specific IP address?
(Hostcentric includes this, DC does not -- they do the virtual thing)
I've seen mention recently on list of other hosting companies...any suggestions as to other options?
Things that are important to me: Good server speed, high speed (multiple t-3 or higher), cost (although, like often said you get what you pay for - sometimes), service, some sites have DB - MySql/PHP, and I like the option of a cool customer interface (like DC has).
Why not just go do dedicatednow.com and get a server or hop on over to www.rackshack.com for the same thing ...
You will find the forums over @ rackshack will help you manage your server and many persons are willing to help you as well - - -
furthermore you could save $ doing it that way !
and no worries about if the other company had issues. . .
Your now @ the point where it would be worth getting your own server... 35 accounts - even @ an average of only $5.00 means
your getting at least $175 per month - why pay so much of that out to a server farm - when that server farm is just buying from someone else ... or just being greedy ?
Hostcentric now (as of closing on June 13th) has the financial backing of Interland; it's parent company. If you are positive on Interland, then it would be a plus for your Hostcentric consideration. Vice-versus applies.
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