Why settle for a lesser, reputable and less established host and a small local network, when you can get all your dedicated server solutions from one of the industry's oldest and most respectable companies, Superb Internet Corp., on the industry-leading coast-to-coast Hopone.net backbone? (reaching most networks directly via 1-2 hops as peers, and for the ~45% non-peer destinations using UUnet/MCI, Level 3, Global Crossing, France Telecom & ELI for transit)
No one else can provide service even close to that, nor have a strong SLA to match ours - 100% uptime, no packet loss, under 3ms latency to local transits, with strong credit back provisions. Just how strong is our SLA and how do we uphold it? In the five+ years that we've had it effect, there has not been a single claim per the SLA -- as we always meet and exceed our SLA guarantees (despite the fact that our guarantees are higher and more than almost anyone else is prepared to offer). SLA details: http://nsssc.superb.net/information/sla.php
The superior Hopone.net network spans many states (New York, Maryland, DC, Virginia, Illinois, California, and Washington state) and major cities and thus has direct peering with most of the large ISPs/cable/DSL providers and major National and International networks/backbones (see the link above). More than 50% of traffic is transit-free and goes directly to the end destination network within just 1-2 hops! This is a great advantage, as you will enjoy direct connectivity to these major networks and their customers (no intermediary transit networks), which means greater performance and lower latency.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us anytime 24x7x365 via phone, live chat, e-mail, or a PM in response to the post here. We are always ready & happy to help you.
Aw nuts. I'm in the search for a good dedicated host and found this ad a day too late. Is there any chance of getting this deal via a custom quote? I'm available via email; must be hungover from all the New Year's celebrations last night as I can't figure out how to PM on these forums.