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  1. #1
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    Talking Pictures of my empty rack.

    http://www.verifast.net/1.jpg http://www.verifast.net/2.jpg http://www.verifast.net/3.jpg

    As you can you we have too much rackspace. Anyone need colocation in Santa Clara?

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    Free?

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    Sure as long as I get to use your servers for free =)

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    Re: Pictures of my empty rack.

    Originally posted by ClusterMania
    http://www.verifast.net/1.jpg http://www.verifast.net/2.jpg http://www.verifast.net/3.jpg

    As you can you we have too much rackspace. Anyone need colocation in Santa Clara?
    If you're serious about this, it would be wise to post some prices, bandwidth supplier info, etc.
    Now it's just a LOL-thread (if you know what I mean). No-one takes it seriously and starts making bad jokes.
    Best regards,
    Thomas
    thomas.k@live.be

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    E-mail me - maybe we can work out a deal.
    [QuickPacket™] [AS46261]
    Located in Atlanta, GA and Los Angeles, CA
    Dedicated Servers, KVM, Xen & OpenVZ VPS, Co-location, R1Soft Data Backup, Shared & Reseller Hosting

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    3080 Raymond St, Santa Clara, CA 95054
    NPA-NXX 408-346
    17111 square feet

    "Located in Silicon Valley, our Santa Clara, California center offers a mix of cabinet, cage and custom space, as well as roof rights for microwave links and other antennae systems. 2400 amps of redundant 48 volt DC power are available.

    Each ClearBlue facility offers neutral access to a variety of major carriers and service providers that deliver a complete spectrum of connectivity products. This carrier-rich environment provides a broad range of customer choice, scalability and network and route diversity."


    Pacbell, Qwest, XO, Cogent, Internap, Level 3 (Pending), Yipes

    I am currently on Cogent and it's great. 1/4 rack for $350 and $400 for 10 Mbits. If you want to use something else it's up to you. If you can use the existing switch that's great but if you need another switch then you have to supply it.

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    Please check PM

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    colo

    Give me a price for 60-100GB of monthly bandwith for my 1U Cobalt RAQ.

    .John

    http://www.interactive66.com
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    That's not much to ask, $50 should do it if you only need up to 100 GB

  10. #10
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    Do you use all of the providers listed, or just Cogent? :\

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    Just cogent currently I believe. I think they are working on getting yipes in bgp.

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    i am intested in putting a 1u cobalt raq

    please contact me if you will .. i am interested in putting a 1u system in the rack ..

    regards,
    n

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