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    co-location

    Can anyone throuw out some names of companies that you have Good/Bad experiences with for co-location of a server. Requirements affordable pricing for co-location and bandwidth and good up time and reliable support.

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    I hear DV2 is really good colo - they've got really reasonable rates too... www.dv2.net
    beley

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    We've had a very good experience with rapidcolo.com
    Matt Kelly
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    Budget VPS, Cloud and Colocation

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    We are looking into putting some of our servers at SAVVIS. From what they say they are one of the best with the #1 backbone 2 years in a row, or something like that.
    Joel Strellner

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    XO Communications is pretty good as far as the connectivity goes. Nice data centers. Fully equipped. A bit on the pricey side, but if you want reliability and redundancy, they are good.

    Ex:
    Meg of bandwidth, cabinet $2500

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    Try wholesalecolo.com

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    Originally posted by InterServ-JB
    Ex:
    Meg of bandwidth, cabinet $2500
    Wow, that's pretty expensive! You may want to bargain it more with your sales rep.

    regards,
    -dave

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    RapidColo, seems pretty good and reliable.

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    check out superb.net and affordablecolo.com

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    why colo if you can get a dedicated serve for $30 bucks more..?
    Joman Sierra
    http://www.dominet.net

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    Originally posted by dominet
    why colo if you can get a dedicated serve for $30 bucks more..?
    Some people already own their own servers.
    Joel Strellner

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    Originally posted by dominet
    why colo if you can get a dedicated serve for $30 bucks more..?
    I haven't ever seen a dedicated server that runs Slackware (not that I looked hard, never seen one that has my hardware specs either).

    As far as the original topic goes
    Good review: affordablecolo.com

    Regards,

    Jeff

  13. I just signed up with www.prioritycolocation.com . They seem very very good so far. Quick service and ready to bend over backwards to help you.


    Todd

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    todd are you in the same city?
    Joman Sierra
    http://www.dominet.net

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    If you're in the CO / Denver area, you should consider Ventures Online for colocation. www.venturesonline.com.
    Jay Sudowski // Handy Networks LLC // Co-Founder & CTO
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    Originally posted by dominet
    why colo if you can get a dedicated serve for $30 bucks more..?
    Because that $30 more never goes away and you never own the box.
    I thank my Lord for all His wonderful blessings.

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    pod, who did you end up going with and how did it work out for you?

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