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    * Premium Atlanta Colocation Free Setup (Sprint, Savvis, Telia, Global Crossing, Quest)

    Our network provides an industry leading upgrade to BGP though the AVAYA Route optimizer offering fantastic performance anywhere in the world. With the addition of Qwest and Level3 customers will have access to 7 Teir1 providers as well as loads of direct peering.


    * 99.9% network uptime guarantee
    * 24/7/365 support
    * cPanel, Plesk control panels available
    * Windows, FreeBSD and nearly every Linux Distro available on any server
    * Fully redundant n+1 facility

    Free Setup This Week***

    COLO #1 (Silver Network)
    1U Server up to 4U or tower server
    1Mbit
    Electric included
    $79.00 Monthly + $99 Setup Fee promo code: COLO10
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    1U Server up to 4U or tower server
    5Mbit
    Electric included
    $159.00 Monthly + $99 Setup Fee promo code: COLO10
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    1U Server up to 4U or tower server
    10Mbit
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    1Mbit
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    42u relay rack - $220
    Bakers rack (holds 16 mid tower servers) - $275
    1/3 Secure Cabinet - $170 (12u)
    1/2 Secure Cabinet - $230 (20u)
    Secure Cabinet - $360 (42u)
    Extra Deep Secure Cabinet -$360 $900 setup (42u)
    Power:
    (110v)
    20Amps - $250 setup - $260/month
    30Amps - $250 setup - $370/month
    (208v)
    20Amps - $500 setup - $490/month
    30Amps - $500 setup - $740/month

    Bandwidth:
    Silver - $20/mbit with no commits!
    Gold - $69/mbit with no commit!
    10+mbits - $59/mbit
    20+mbits - $49/mbit
    50+mbits - $45/mbit
    100+mbits -$39/mbit

    10meg unmetered - $400
    25meg unmetered - $950
    50meg unmetered - $1750
    100meg unmetered- $3200
    1000meg unmetered - $25000
    64 IPs come with each rack each additional ips are free for customers with atleast a full cabinet
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    What is your Gold Network?

    The gold network consists of Qwest, Level3, Sprint, Savvis, Telia, Global Crossing, PCCW-BTN, Gbit to the Atlanta Peering Exchange all optimized by the Avaya route optimizer. The Avaya unit proactivly scans the external network for any service interruption. It also determines the fastest route for the type of traffic. Dynamically updating the route insures you have the FASTEST and MOST STABLE connection.

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

    Tell me more about the facility?
    The AtlantaNAP is Atlanta's newest large scale datacenter and disaster
    recovery center. Built by the owners of Global Net Access after 12 years
    in the Internet business, the AtlantaNAP boasts the features of a
    carrier class facility with the low prices customers have grown to
    expect from GNAX. Built out of a state of the art retrofitted A&P meat
    freezer warehouse - the facility is built rock solid with massive steel
    beam frame and rebar reinforced 4 inch poured concrete roofs and no
    windows. The exterior is well maintained and solid brick on block
    construction.

    Security
    Security starts from the moment you enter the building with 10 foot high
    razor wire fences surrounding the 4 acre property, all of which is
    covered by security lights and cameras. All footage from the cameras is
    stored on a specially built security server with redundant storage.
    Entrance through the main gate requires a keycard or manual access
    granted by our onsite security guards and happens through an electric
    gate for customers' convenience. The front door is again protected by a
    key card reader. After entering the gate, there are three locked/key
    carded doors protecting the datacenter and a biometric hand scanner
    authentication. Once inside the datacenter itself, customers assets are
    protected by locked secure cabinets or cages. All assets entering or
    being removed from the building are logged by an onsite security guard.
    Our guard service is managed by a duly sworn armed police officer with
    arrest powers.

    Power
    The Atlanta NAP is one of the few facilities able to support even your
    most power dense applications. Power is dual fed from the grid and
    protected though our redundant paralleled power system, configured with
    an additional full wrap-around bypass for extra redundancy (we are able
    to take the system offline for any type of internal maintenance without
    dropping power to the facility). The UPS system is backed up by a state
    of the art parallel generator system with multiple generators running in
    N+1 format. These are computer controlled and automated. The generators
    have 150 gallon day tanks fed from redundant pumps from our 12,000
    gallon reserve tank. The system is powered by state of the art by
    Cummins turbocharged generators and digital fuel management system by
    Simplex and Veeder-Root.

    Cooling systems
    The Atlanta NAP currently has 1000 tons of cooling piped into its 50,000
    sq. foot datacenter. With pre planned capacity of over 2000 tons,
    cooling will never be an issue. Each bank of cooling towers utilizes
    state of the art energy management technology. As with all core system,
    the cooling towers are N+1, fed by redundant N+1 pumps. The Atlanta NAP
    also has both a well and a 30,000 gallon reserve water tank in case the
    city water supply ever fails.

    Building Management
    The Atlanta NAP is monitored at over 450 points by a state of the art
    digital building management system. Staff can login securely from any
    location and check on all systems. The datacenter floor itself is
    equipped with temperature sensors in strategic locations that constantly
    monitor conditions in the facility and make adjustments. Alarms and out
    of tolerance conditions are set off an e-mail alert directly to
    management's PDAs. The system controls water flow thought pump speeds
    and air flow to the cooling tower through fan speeds. This saves energy
    and ensures that the system is operating at its peak performance 24x7.
    The system also monitors and logs all electrical activity within the
    facility and sends notifications of events.

    Fire Protection
    The Atlanta NAP uses a state of the art dual interlock dry pipe fire
    suppression system. High-tech smoke detectors signal the pipes to switch
    from compressed air (so Atlanta NAP staff are instantly alerted of
    leaks) to water. Then if a sprinkler head is set off by an actual fire
    water is deployed to the affected zone only. The system is monitored
    through the building management system. The floors are all equipped with
    floor drains on 20 foot centers that drain the building in case of any
    water.

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    Is OpenBSD available as an option? My server vendor doesn't offer OpenBSD and as such, I'd prefer my provider install it rather than pay the additional fees to ship it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scapeish View Post
    Is OpenBSD available as an option? My server vendor doesn't offer OpenBSD and as such, I'd prefer my provider install it rather than pay the additional fees to ship it again.
    Hello,

    we can install any OS you like, but we only offer support for the most common ones.

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