Order any of our new dual darpertown servers save $30 off our regular price and free setup ($99 value) enter the promotional code harpertown.

The Harpertown 5405 has 18% more CPU power then a 5320!*
is 18% more green then a 5320!**
and is 18% off the cost of a 5320!***


Dual Harpertown 5405
Processor: 5405 8x 2.0 Ghz Cores! (16Ghz Total)
12MB Cache
1333FSB
2GB DDR2 RAM
1 x 250GB SATA II HDD
KVM over IP Access / Reboot
2000GB Gold Bandwidth
Unmetered Private Network Bandwidth
5 Public IP Addresses
Windows / Linux OS

Standard price: $299 + $99 setup
Special price: $269/mo + NO SETUP
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Promo Code: harpertown


Dual Harpertown 5405
Processor: 5405 8x 2.0 Ghz Cores! (16Ghz Total)
12MB Cache
1333FSB
12GB of RAM
4x500GB SATA II HDD
Raid 10
80GB iSCSI NAS Storage
KVM over IP Access / Reboot
2000GB Gold Bandwidth
Unmetered Private Network Bandwidth
5 Public IP Addresses
Windows / Linux OS

Major Competitor's Price: $779/month + $99 setup.
Our Price! (with 20GB more NAS space): $530 + $0 setup (you save $250/month!)
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OR choose to buydown your addons for $1400 and pay only $299/month (you save $480/month!)
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Private Network Includes
Free Server to Server Connections
Server to Services Connections (FTP/NAS)
OS Update Servers
Free Automated OS Reloads
10/100/1000Mbps Speeds
Unmetered Bandwidth

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Features Include:
100% Avaya Network Bandwidth Optimization
Gold Network: Sprint, Savvis, Level 3, Qwest, Telia, PCCWBTN & Global Crossing
Public and Private Networks
IPS / DDOS Protection
Advanced Management Portal
Automated OS Reloads
Remote Reboot / Remote Console

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Control Panel Options
cPanel w/ Fantastico $25/mo
Plesk 30 Domain w/ Power Pack $19/mo
Plesk 100 Domain w/ Power Pack $29/mo
Plesk Unlimited Domain w/ Power Pack $39/mo

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Where can I test this out?
http://www.northstorm.net/speedtest.html


*According to CPUbenchmarks.com
**According to the Hinkle Benchmark (defined as the passmark score/wattage)
***Refers to the old price of 5320s ($329)